alcogel


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alcogel

[′al·kə‚jel]
(chemistry)
A gel formed by an alcosol.
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Monitoring behavior of the Ch/IA/MAA alcogel exposed to scC[O.sub.2] was performed in the high pressure view cell (Eurotechnica GmbH, Germany) described in detail elsewhere [34] at 11 MPa and 45[degrees]C.
Typical contents of my handbag are my wallet; my makeup up kit, which allows me to retouch throughout the day, especially when I need to go to events after work; small alcogel, hand cream and perfume; power bank, which is a necessity; sunglasses and a rosary.
He was cleared of spraying alcogel hand sanitiser in the face of one resident and throwing items down a corridor for another to fetch.
The water is then displaced with a [C.sub.1] to [C.sub.4] alcohol, preferably methanol or ethanol to get an alcogel. The latter is subjected to supercritical drying after the alcohol is being replaced by carbon dioxide to obtain an aerogel.
The catalyst with 27% of nickel has Zr[O.sub.2] as support which is obtained by drying an alcogel under specific condition and the nickel is deposited by impregnation.
Alcogel handwash made widely available in all ward and patient areas.
Laura Oldroyd told a jury at Leeds Crown Court that she saw Mark Senior and Hope Young laughing after they allegedly sprayed Alcogel handwash into a resident's mouth.
After gelling we obtain an alcogel (wet gel) which is a two-phase medium containing the solid network and the liquid (alcohol + water).
making alcogel handwash widely available in all ward and patient areas with patients, as well as staff being encouraged to use these facilities regularly.