neoprene


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neoprene

Orthopedics A synthetic rubber produced by polymerization of chloroprene Pros Durable, compressible, impermeable Cons Allergic contact dermatitis, prickly heat

neoprene, (nē´əprēn´),

n an oil-resistant synthetic rubber.

neoprene

oil-resistant synthetic rubber.
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1 1/2 yards of at least 52"-wide or one sheet of 3mm neoprene (See "Source.
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Neoprene bearings must facilitate three functions: support dead and live loads, permit longitudinal movements, and accommodate girder rotations.
A third layer is made of a viscoelastic polyurethane foam and attached underneath it is a fourth layer bottom layer of neoprene that has a nylon skin attached.
Adjustable supports made of aerated neoprene plus terry lining are the latest offerings from the supplier.
A thin covering of neoprene "skin" on the contraption allows sweat-like beads to form on the Foot's surface, just like they would on a living foot.
The test targets, deployed in a variety of configurations, were constructed from a layer of neoprene foam mounted on an aluminum backing plate.
The material used in this piece was actually neoprene, cast and stiff.
NEW YORK -- BUILT expands its line of stylish and protective neoprene accessories for cameras and laptops, and debuts four new accessories at IFA including the Cargo Travel Organizer, Cargo Camera Bags, and Large Soft Shell Camera Case.
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The first dealer package includes two Redring shotgun sights, three neoprene covers and one hat, valued at $429.