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sharkskin

A condition seen in pellagra (nicotinic acid deficiency) in which openings of sebaceous glands become plugged with a dry yellowish material.
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Microscopy analysis of extrudate strands exiting a capillary rheometer (not shown) confirmed the absence of sharkskin behavior for CoPET-2 and CoPET-3.
He recreated sharkskin surface on plastic sheets, called Sharklet, which has shown positive results in inhibiting marine growth.
The claim that Sharkskin excels for distance casting is based on its unique surface texture.
I mostly used my old and well-worn Sparks Summer Special, but also used a sharkskin belt holster from Nighthawk.
He kept this to himself as the man in the sharkskin suit continued.
Similarly, wall shear stresses above 140kPa are synonymous with the initiation of sharkskin in polyolefins and should thus be avoided.
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The sling is constructed of 7mm neoprene with sharkskin no-slip backing, integrated thumb loop with nylon webbing running the length of the sling to ensure there will be no stretch or bounce when packing out a limit of greenheads.
In the extrusion process, at high shear rates, an oscillation between entangled and disentangled states of chains close to the wall causes the sharkskin phenomena observed for sample SEBS1 in figure 5.
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