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a colloid in a more solid form than a sol

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a thin translucent membrane used over stage lights for color effects

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become a gel

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apply a styling gel to

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The gel cream feels cooling and does quickly sink into the skin.
Their "Simulating the Formation of ASR Gels" Research Brief is posted at www.cshub.mit.edu.
Silver staining of double stranded (ds) DNA in agarose gel have undergone various modifications since its introduction11-13.
They say any gels containing the ingredient Lidocaine should only be used when 'non-medical options' such as 'rubbing or massaging the gums or a teething ring' haven't worked.
Caption: FIG 6 Photographs of an unmixed gel at select temperatures using a hot-stage microscope.
The mixture was swelled for 30 min at 80[degrees]C under the [N.sub.2] gas flow and then heated to 150[degrees]C at a heating rate of 10[degrees]C/h to obtain a transparent gel. After another 20 min stirring at low speed, the UPE/LDPE (UL) blend gel with a total solid content (SC) of 2 wt%, denoted as UL-2, was poured into a beaker.
Key words: Gel dosimeter, 3D dose distribution, MRI, X-ray CT, optical CT.
The researchers also analyzed the cooked gel in terms of texture and color.
Results: Aloevera Gel was found to have anti bacterial effect against the selected uropathogens.
The liquid state (sol) of the sol-gel silica changes to solid state (gel) due to hydrolysis.
Polymer gel systems have emerged over the last decade as one of the most effective tools for controlling water production [6-10].
Gel hardness is one of the most common mechanical properties measured by material suppliers; it is measured with a penetrometer.