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microcapsule

[′mī·krō‚kap·səl]
(chemical engineering)
A capsule with a plastic or waxlike coating having a diameter anywhere from well below 1 micrometer to over 2000 micrometers.
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Tests have shown the coatings impregnated with the microcapsules perform favorably compared no non-treated coatings.
ENB filled microcapsules were healed from 0[degrees]C to KXX) C al 10 C/min healing rale under air and nitrogen flow.
However, there is limited information on developing functional milk which incorporates powdered peanut sprout extract microcapsules.
Then he could see that the microcapsules that formed in the pull of Earth's gravity had thicker, more even walls than those that formed in space.
Microcapsules containing healing agents are incorporated into the coating formulation prior to application on the substrate.
these come in liquid form, or as tablets, powder or microcapsules.
Made of fibers imbedded with caffeine and shea butter microcapsules, their slimming action is released by the friction of ordinary motion.
PocketZing ' beds are filled with pro-biotic microcapsules to help you feel full of Zing every morning this spring
PocketZing' beds are filled with pro-biotic microcapsules to help you feel full of Zing every morning this spring
Patented recently is an clastic laminate having fragrance releasing microcapsules embedded within a nonwoven web layer of the laminate is generally disclosed.
Alginate-poly-L-lysine-alginate (APA) microcapsules can be used to encapsulate stem cells that contain a gene that expresses luciferase, which can be used for bioluminescence imaging.
The new PocketZing' beds are filled with pro-biotic microcapsules to help you feel full of Zing in the mornings.