hydrosol


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hydrosol

[′hī·drə‚sȯl]
(chemistry)
A colloidal system in which the dispersion medium is water, and the dispersed phase may be a solid, a gas, or another liquid. Also known as aquasol.
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Silver hydrosol dietary supplementation can be used to provide daily immune support.
When using the hydrosol route and sol-gel technology in general, it is necessary to be very mindful of the types of the precursors and concentrations used, as well as of the pH, temperature, and reaction time.
The farmers grow 70 medicinal herbs and make seven loose-leaf teas, five herbal culinary tea powders, two healing salves, and seasonal hydrosol sprays.
The blend is also available as a hydrosol mist, which can be sprayed on painful areas and gently massaged in.
IWICAs hydrosol and essential oil will be sold in trade fairs regularly and they will also join every selling activities and ensure presence of their products in busiest stores in the province.
The water portion is referred to as hydrosol or floral water, which can be used to create linen or body sprays, and even facial toners.
Some of the ingredients included silver hydrosol [a silver colloidal suspension] and oregano for their antimicrobial and antifungal properties--benefits that persist without the development of microbial resistance.
2007), suggesting a hydrosol filtration mechanism, in which particles are intercepted by the frontal surface of the gill filaments and adhere to the overlying mucous strings (Shimeta & Jumars 1991, Ward et al.
Rose water is the hydrosol portion of the distillate of rose petals, a by product of the rose oil for use in perfume.
Chamomile hydrosol soothes and cools the eye area while myrtle hydrosol strengthens and acts as a tonic to the delicate tissue around the eyes.
19) Popular and inexpensive fabrics well suited for the tropics, like cotton, can be treated during clothing manufacture with thin layers of titanium or the application of titanium hydrosol with fluorescent whitening agents to enhance UPF and maintain brightness.
The hydrosol is not as milky as it is in a hydro-distillation and of course there is significantly more oil released.