organogel


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or·gan·o·gel

(ōr-gan'ō-jel),
A hydrogel with an organic liquid instead of water as the dispersion means.

or·gan·o·gel

(ōr-gan'ō-jel)
A hydrogel with an organic liquid instead of water as the dispersion means.

organogel

(or-găn′ō-jĕl)
A water-in-oil emulsion used, e.g., as a drug delivery vehicle.
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Organogel firmness, dough hardness, cookie hardness, cookie spread, cookie fracturability and differential scanning calorimetry data were compared using statistical testing.
Of the gels, novel innovations include micro-emulsion gel, bioadhesive gel, organogel, thermosensitive sol-gel and pH-responsive complexation gel.
Pozzo, "Flow-induced alignment of fiberlike supramolecular self-assemblies during organogel formation with various low molecular mass organogelator-solvent systems," Langmuir, vol.
Weiss, "Kinetics of 5[alpha]-cholestan-3[beta]-yl N-(2-naphthyl)carbamate/n-alkane organogel formation and its influence on the fibrillar networks," Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol.
Limited Tenders are invited for Supply Of Tab Pyridoxine 100 mg, Diclofenac 25mg/ml, Cap Primrosa, Dexamethasone Sodium Phosphate 4.4 mg, Hydroheal silver colloid gel, Diltagesic Organogel, etc.
According to the researchers, the surface of carbon nanotubes has been functionalized in this research in a way that it takes part in polymerization reactions, and it is used besides hydrophobic monomers in the synthesis of organogel nanocomposites.
Cure it at low temperatures and "you get an organogel that sticks to itself, healing gaps and scratches." And, there were more surprises.
Shimizu, "Creation of novel helical ribbon and double-layered nanotube Ti[O.sub.2] structures using an organogel template," Chemistry of Materials, vol.
Luis, "Fluorescence quenching in organogel as a reaction medium," Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry, vol.
Liu, "Controlled synthesis of double-and multiwall silver nanotubes with template organogel from a bolaamphiphile," Langmuir, vol.
A microemulsion based lecithin organogel formulation of fluconazole studied for topical delivery of fluconazole, has shown beneficial results in terms of easy preparation, safety, stability and low cost.7 Results of another in-vitro study using different formulations of fluconazole in microemulsion base has indicated that the microemulsion system would be a promising tool for enhancing the percutaneous delivery of fluconazole.8