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The constituents present in great abundance in the commercial resin were limonene, eucalyptol, and p-cymene (Figure 1), whereas in the natural resin, the main components were limonene, p-cymene, and a-terpineol, with a yield of 1.38% and 0.90%, respectively.
Chia was compared to that of other natural resins from the same genus (Pistacia terebinthus L.) or conifer [Pinus halepensis Mill.
With wooden pegs securing planks, natural resin from mangrove trees was used to make the boat water-proof.
Natural resin acids present in rosin of Pinus spez., including isopimaric acid (1), mercusis acid (2), neoabietic acid (3), dehydroabietic acid (4), and podocarpic acid (8), as well as resin acid derivatives [beta], 9 [alpha], 13 [alpha]-H-tetrahydroabietic acid (5), 8 [alpha], 9 [alpha], 13[alpha],-H-terahydroabietic acid (6), 13 [alpha],-H-[delta] (8) -dihydroabietic acid (7), maleopimaric acid (9), and fumaropimaric acid (10), were studied for their possible inhibitory effects on Epstein-Barr virus early antigen (EBV-Ea) activation induced by 12-O-tetradecanoylphorabol-13-acetate (TPA).
The beeswax, carnauba wax and natural resin paste formula produces a dirt- and dust-resistant coat without harsh chemicals.
To date, Ensyn has successfully commercialized products such as: NR--a natural resin ingredient used as a substitute for phenol and formaldehyde in wood panels; V-additive--a concrete and pavement additive; and food additives and products.
Tokyo, Japan, Aug 9, 2005 - (JCNN) - Ivy Cosmetics (TSE: 4918) announced on August 5 that it has identified a unique property of shellac, a natural resin secreted by insect Laccifera Lacca.
This rosin (or natural resin) is appropriate for use in rubber products, sealants, coatings and adhesives.
Retting partially removes lignin, a natural resin, and makes the fiber soft and pliable.
In the first room, two large sculptures of transparent natural resin, entitled Lacrime d'artista (Tears of the artist), 1998-2000, welcomed the viewer, but they ha d nothing to do with a stereotype of grief.
But the client expected the properties to be the same as that of the natural resin. If I were to tell end users that an unfilled grade of material and a grade that contained 10% of a filler would have the same properties, most of them would be justifiably skeptical.
The natural resin was blended with a 35 to 1 letdown ratio of a light gray color concentrate.
The Biotube is made from a material derived from a non-edible crop called flax, similar to hemp, and a natural resin extracted from a plant grown in Brazil.
The Biotube is made from a material derived from a non-edible crop, flax, similar to hemp, and a natural resin extracted from a plant grown in Brazil.
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