resins


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resins,

n.pl complex, insoluble, sticky substances secreted by plants. Used as astringents, antimicrobials, and antiinflammatories, and are burned as incense. Can cause oral ulcers and epidermal irritations.
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Type of Resins: Acrylic resins; acrylic-styrene emulsions; alkyd resins; amino; crosslinking resins; emulsions; epoxy hardeners; epoxy resins; high-solid resins; hybrid resins; melamine/melamine-type resins; phenolic resins; phenoxy resins UV curing resins; urethane/polyurethane resins; water thinned resins
Color concentrates for acetal, acrylics, ABS, cellulosics, EEA, EVA, nitrile barrier resins, nylons, PC, TP polyesters, polyolefins, PS, TP urethane, PVC, SAN, and other thermoplastics.
6 Prices for carbamide-formaldehyde and phenol resins
It wasn't until recent years that researchers started testing this product in conjunction with bond strengths of resins hybrid layers.
Denton's search for new markets uncovered an opportunity in rotational-mold grade resins, which are pulverized instead of pelletized.
To be successful in today's tight market, foundries need a resin system that will make them more competitive as well as more profitable.
Technical specification of ion-exchange resins produced in the cis countries
Resins offered: cellulose derivatives, nitrocellulose
It is described as strong, resilient, and less likely to break than other SL resins when performing fit-and-function tests.
It is necessary for resins to bond to each other, sort of like chains linked together.