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algin

[′al·jən]
(materials)
A hydrophilic polysaccharide extracted from brown algae, such as giant kelp.
(organic chemistry)
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They tried to open it but it wouldn't budge and Algin wouldn't respond to their calls.
Next he brings out a tub containing bottled water and Algin and another holding Madeira with Gluco.
This new emulsion features the improved permeability of oil solvents to the skin, as oil droplets' membranes are softened, while the emulsion itself maintains high stability by cross-linking the droplets with algin acid derivatives.
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Algin Sutton Recreation Center (2004) 8800 South Hoover Street Los Angeles, CA 90044 5.
LOCAL wine merchant Michael Jobling invited me to meet Vladimir Algin, the export director of Abbe Rous, the most important producer of fine wines from Banyuls and Collioure in the far south of France.
Olsen explains, "Our Girvan plant is the largest algin plant in the world and provides both the economy of scale and over sixty years of alginate production expertise.
00 beta-glucan (and) algin (and) xanthan gum) Phase A Crodateric CAB-30-LQ (Croda) (Cocamidopropyl betaine) 20.
Instead, he opted to pursue real estate, accepting a property management position at Algin Management.
While at Pharmacia, his group developed the Ultra-Pure Algin used in xenotransplantation and drug delivery applications and he was involved in development of other Biopolymers and Nutraceuticals used in Pharmaceutical applications and Nutritional Supplements.