absorbable

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Antonyms for absorbable

capable of being absorbed or taken in through the pores of a surface

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Agustini, "Physico-mechanical and antimicrobial properties of gelatin film from the skin of unicorn leatherjacket incorporated with essential oils," Food Hydrocolloids, vol.
[19.] T Akane, N Toshiaki, M Hiroshi, Acceleration of wound healing by gelatin film dressings with epidermal growth factor.
The burst tests were done on two substrates a) a hydrophilic gelatin film and b) a hydrophobic polypropylene film.
Mondragon, "Enhancing water repellence and mechanical properties of gelatin films by tannin addition," Bioresource Technology, vol.
The gelation, thermal, mechanical, and oxygen permeability properties of gelatin films have studied by Avena Bustillos et al.
demonstrated that application of UVB to gelatin films greatly increased gel strength and viscosity [24].
But the scientists observed a similar inhibition to that of free enterocin in gelatin films after two hours, which remained unchanged for the duration of the assay.
But the scientists observed a similar inhibition to that of free enterocin in gelatin films after 2 hours, which remained unchanged for the duration of the assay.
and Roveri, N., 2000, "Structural and mechanical properties of crosslinked drawn gelatin films," J.
Biodegradation of Chemically Modified Gelatin Films in Soil.
Experiments led by agricultural engineer Roberto de Jesus Avena-Bustillos, formerly with McHugh's group and now a collaborator based at the University of California-Davis, showed that the fish-derived gelatin films serve as a protective barrier against the damaging effects of moisture and oxygen.