lubricant

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lubricant

Sexology
Any material (e.g., gel, jelly or lotion) designed to reduced friction, which is used to aid sexual intercourse or masturbation.

lubricant

Medtalk An oily or slippery substance to reduce friction Sexology An endogenous–eg, vaginal secretions, or exogenous–eg, K-Y jelly, substance that  facilitates coitus
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After exposing a lubricating fluid to bacteria for 21 days under prescribed test conditions, the test extracts are analyzed.
Traditionally, samples of hydraulic oils and lubricating fluids needed to be analysed in a laboratory before contamination levels could be accurately measured, requiring time, money and resources; now this can be done quickly, easily and accurately at the point of use.
The hydraulic oil or lubricating fluid being tested is passed through a light source and the shadow of any particle suspended in the fluid is measured by way of a voltage drop across a light sensitive diode.
THE foot is comprised of 26 bones and 19 muscles, interconnected at 30 joints and held together by a tough fibrous capsule of 115 ligaments and lubricating fluid.
However, Hirst was contacted by David Barrett, an orthopaedic surgeon and a senior lecturer in mechanical engineering at Southampton University, who is pioneering experiments into a joint lubricating fluid called Synvisc.