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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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(electronics)
(materials)
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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Synthesis and characterization of sodium doped ZnO nanocrystals and its applications to photocatalysis.
Gadolinium doped ZnO nanocrystalline powders and its photocatalytic performance for degradation of methylene blue under sunlight.
Highly active lanthanum doped ZnO nanorods for photodegradation of metasystox.
If a strong player is matched to a weak one and both are either doped or clean, the former wins with certainty.
d] is the probability that a doped athlete is detected, [delta] is the higher win probability induced by doping, S the utility loss, and c is all other costs of doping like drug prices, health risks.
23) Apparently, doped athletes fear detection and, therefore, enter fewer competitions than their (seemingly) clean colleagues.
Italian politicians are planning to shift the jurisdiction over the sanctioning of doped athletes back to the sports governing bodies (91).
Although the new law does not offer new provisions criminalising the doped athlete, it is interesting to have a closer look upon the Criminal Code since it offers the most important provisions to regulate anti-doping infractions.
It was desired that DBSA would act as a surfactant much like CSA does with PANI for enhanced processability of doped P3OT [4].
This is in comparison to a solubility of 0% and 100% for P3OT films doped singly with [FeCl.
Conventional doped (active) fibre manufacturing techniques are limited in process accuracy and capability.
In this process, the glass is doped in-situ with glass particle formation in such a way that the clustering tendency is low.