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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In solid tumors with an active blood supply, bioactive silver hydrosol can work as an antiangiogenic agent by blocking new blood vessel formation," said Dr.
There will be very little oil in the next 500 mL but often the hydrosol is still of a good aroma, flavour and pH level.
Soils in the 48 paddocks were 1-2 m sand to sandy loam over massive clay, known locally as Abba sand (Tille and Lantzke 1990) and classified as Chromosolic Redoxic Hydrosol (Isbell 2002) and Glossic Natrudalf (Soil Survey Staff 1987).
All Hydrosol Suborders were represented in the risk map classifications with the exception of the Hypersalic which are soils of saline playa lakes not found on the east coast of NSW.
Alberdingk Boley GmbH: Water-based UV-curable, hard elastic PU-dispersion with short flash-off time, high scratch- and chemical-resistance, high gloss, good pigment and extender wetting, LUX 255; Self-crosslinking, multiphase emulsion with superior water barrier, excellent adhesion properties and superior corrosion resistance, very low MFFT, and good blocking resistance, AC 2403; and Lignin-reactive hydrosol for wood protection, that significantly increases the weathering resistance in comparison to conventional primers, Lignocure 2010.
Steam is pumped into the drum, thus extracting the scent, then condensed and separated into the essential oil and hydrosol, which is water with a very small amount of oil in it.
Oregano water (kekik suyu), a hydrosol of oregano, is used as a folk medicine in Turkey for liver health.
I'll be working with aromatics, which are homemade [spice] tinctures and with hydrosol, like rose water and orange flower water.
Hydrosol can be certified organic as an agricultural product under the federal rules for food, and was found to be covered under California's labeling law in the Avalon case.
It is attained by a coating composition comprising a hydrosol emulsion and colloidal silica, wherein the hydrosol emulsion is obtained by neutralizing, with an alkali, a synthetic resin emulsion prepared by dispersing, in water, particles of a synthetic resin having a carboxyl group and an alkoxysilyl group.
Comments: Zinpol 2655 is a hydrosol emulsion that is a high solids product that can be neutralized for paper applications or used as a thickening agent or other ink modifier.