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dope

1. any of a number of preparations made by dissolving cellulose derivatives in a volatile solvent, applied to fabric in order to improve strength, tautness, etc.
2. an additive used to improve the properties of something, such as an antiknock compound added to petrol
3. Slang
a. any illegal drug, usually cannabis
b. (as modifier): a dope fiend
4. a drug administered to a racehorse or greyhound to affect its performance
5. US and Canadian informal a photographic developing solution

dope

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A cellulose ester lacquer used as an adhesive or a coating.

dope

1. A material added to a building material such as mortar or plaster to retard or accelerate the set.
2. A material added to a batch of paint to adjust it to specifications.
3. A solution of cellulose nitrate applied to a porous fabric as a protective coating.
4. A compound used in making a pipe joint, as a lubricant and to ensure a leakproof joint.

dope

A finishing thick liquid applied to fabric, normally covering the wing or control surfaces, to tauten it from shrinking, strengthen it, and render it airtight by acting as filler.
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In comparison to the first benchmark setting, the doping fight is not perfect and it can happen that a doped cyclist passes the drug test (false negative).
In this results, more adsorption efficiency in nickel doped Ti[O.
Higher penalties are foreseen for the application of doping to minors or to the sportsmen who are unconscious of the fact of being doped.
11) Finally, if both athletes are doped, their individual success probabilities are 1/2 again, but both have to bear the expected cost of rc, (12) resulting in expected benefits of 1/2a-rc for each of them.
Although the scientists aren't sure why the doped EPO is different, they suspect that cells in various tissues might not make the same modifications to the protein after it is produced.
Hence, since the doped athlete is part of a network around him, the sports world is in need of the state's assistance.
After Lieber and his coworkers create their doped wires, they place them in a solution to manipulate them.
Since an ICP object is commonly doped by exposure to either liquid or vapor phase dopants, the doping step is diffusion limited.
Nufern, the largest independent manufacturer of fiber intensive sub-assemblies and specialty optical fibers, announced today the expansion of their "eye-safe" double clad fiber family with the release of a new thulium (Tm) doped double clad fiber and an erbium-ytterbium (Er/Yb) co-doped double clad fiber.
Doped, bounced, enlarged, decorated, modified, even chilled, this 60-atom member of the fullerene family of all-carbon molecules shows promise as a chemical All-Star.
NASDAQ: STKR), a leading independent provider of photonics-based products, today announced the availability of the first in a series of ytterbium (Yb) doped fiber products.
The Award recognises Liekki Corporation's pioneering doped optical fibre manufacturing technology, based on the innovative use of nanoparticle direct deposition of rare earth metals.