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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 researchers also analyzed the cooked gel in terms of texture and color.
Lockhart, "Evidence for molecular Cr3+ cross-links in Cr3+/polyacrylamide gels," Macromolecules, vol.
Yoshihito, Gels Handbook, Four Volume Set, Cambridge, Elsevier Science & Technology, 2000.
As such, crosslinked and oxidative gels are likely not generated by the manufacturer.
It was found that synthetic polyelectrolyte gels such as PAMPS, PNaAMPS, and PNaSS did not have cytotoxicity in vitro [21, 40].
In addition to decreased streaking, spots were more numerous and better distributed throughout the gel that was prepared and processed with ultrapure water (Figure 1B, and also in silver-stained gels that are not shown).
The distribution of the GEL candidates in the two Examination Centers is as follows:
Simulating gel formation at the atomic level, CSHub researchers note, "This new method enables us to evaluate the impact of the water to silicon ratio.
Silver staining DNA in polyacrylamide gels. Nature Protocols 2007; 2(11): 2649-54.
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.
The two types of gels that are the focus of this article are low levels of crosslinked gels and unmixed gels.
(1) A series of shear rate sweeps (ranging from 0.1 to 30 [s.sup.-1]) at 150[degrees]C were conducted for UL blending gels with 2-10 wt% SCs.
Gel dosimetry involves the use of emerging techniques in which absorbed dose is measured by the use of radiation sensitive gels.
HAND gel has been removed from parts of a hospital amid fears some patients would drink it for its alcohol content.