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hydrocolloid

[‚hī·drə′käl‚ȯid]
(materials)
gum
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Selection of the hydrocolloid for a particular application depends largely on the functionality required and the processing parameters.
Founded in 1909, TIC Gums is America's oldest supplier of hydrocolloids to food, pharmaceutical, cosmetic and industrial companies worldwide.
Thomas, Determination of bound and unbound water in dental alginate irreversible hydrocolloid by nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.
Ltd, Lonza Group Ltd, W Hydrocolloids, Inc and Roullier Group.
Dr Saphwan Al-Assaf (inset), Director of the Hydrocolloids Research Centre, is leading a team of scientists developing an industry out of gum trees in Sudan
these include reversible hydrocolloid this includes agar impression material, irreversible hydrocolloid this includes alginate impression material, modelling plastic impressions these includes impression compounds, plaster impression material, wax impression material, silicone based impression materials, polysulfide impression materials and polyether impression materials.3
The surgeon needs to differentiate between a responding chronic wound, which will close with conventional treatment and a truly non-responding wound which will require a different approach such as vacuum-assisted hydrocolloid dressing.
The pore size of hydrocolloid with a foam layer dressing, foam with a polyurethane film dressing, and foam with a hydrogel and polyurethane film layer dressing were 600.18 [+ or -] 95.40, 297.88 [+ or -] 26.51, and 568.42 [+ or -] 78.63 [micro]m, respectively.
High cost is often pointed out as an argument against the application of hydrocolloid dressings.
Hydrocolloid gums are the most effective carbohydrate-based fat replacers having the ability to control the rheology of water based systems and syneresis inhibition.
31 May 2016 - UK-based bonding products maker Scapa Group plc (AIM: SCPA) has acquired all of the issued share capital of Orangeburg, New York-based hydrocolloid wound care solutions business EuroMed, Inc, the company said.
Effect of hydrocolloid (guar gum) incorporation on the quality characteristics of bread.