colloid in which the dispersed phase has combined with the continuous phase to produce a semisolid material as a jelly; a colloid formed by coagulation of a sol.
The initial jelly-like solid phase that develops during formation of a resin from a liquid. Also, a semi-solid system consisting of a network of solid aggregates in which liquid is held.
Any substance with a thick jelly-like consistency.
Compare with colloid. A gell is a sol in which the solid particles fuse or entangle to produce a rigid or semirigid mixture. For example, gelatin dissolved in water produces a sol of protein molecules. When the gelatin is cooked, the protein chains entangle and crosslink, forming a gel which is a mesh of solid protein with trapped pockets of liquid inside. Fruit jellies are also gels
Gels are colloids in which both dispersed and continuous phases have a three-dimensional network throughout the material, so that it forms a jelly-like mass (e.g. gelatine). One component may sometimes be removed to leave a rigid gel (e.g. heating silica gel).
In alkali-silica reaction, the clear to gelatinous reaction product of silica with alkalis. This gel has a variable composition containing SiO2, CaO, and alkalis ( sodium and potassium ). A range of compositions is characterized by having high absorptivity for water causing the gel to swell thus causing the typical cracking observed in deleterious ASR.
Semisolid system that consists of a solid held in a liquid; a more solid form than a sol.
A colloid, where the dispersed phase is liquid and the dispersion medium is solid.
A jelly-like collodial mass.
a jelly-like substance formed by the coagulation of a colloidal liquid; a cytoplasmic phase
French: jellied; iced
The irreversible point at which a polymer changes from a liquid to a semi-solid. Sometimes called the "B" stage.
a semisolid, jelly-like state assumed by some colloidal dispersions at rest. When agitated, the gel converts to a fluid state. Also a nickname for bentonite.
n: a semisolid, jellylike state assumed by some colloidal dispersions at rest.
Chemistry. A colloidal suspension of a liquid in a solid, forming a jellylike material in a more solid form than a sol. to form a gel.
A dense network of fine particles dispersed with water, such as Jello-O.
The partial cure of polyester resin to a semi-solid or "jelly-like" state.
a colloid in a more solid form than a sol
become a gel; "The solid, when heated, gelled"
A semi-solid state in a liquid resin.
A thickened liquid that is jelly like.
Colloidal dispersion that shows some rigidity and keeps the shape of the container in which it has been placed.
A sticky jelly-like substance used together with ordninary catheters, sometimes called lubricants
A sticky jelly-like substance used to lubricate ordinary dry catheters.
A stage of curing when the resin appears like ‘set’ gelatin. At this point the weight of embedments can be supported by the ‘gelled’ layer of resin.
Chemically, colloidal solution set to a jelly
1. The name given to any gelatinous solid mass produced from a solution of a colloid body. 2. The "stage" at which a polymerizing resin composition thickens to a semi-solid state.
A semisolid system of either suspensions made up of small inorganic particles or large organic molecules interpenetrated by a liquid.
A condition of an ink, such as a thixothropic type, which is of jelly-like consistency prior to the actual printing taking place.
A usually translucent, non greasy emulsion or suspension semisolid dosage as an external application to the skin. A gel provides a cooling sensation when applied to the skin.
dispersion of a colloidal solid in a liquid (gelatin)
A substance, resembling petroleum jelly in viscosity, that surrounds a fiber, or multiple fibers, enclosed in a loose buffer tube. Learn more about Gel...
The solid packing used in gel permeation chromatography. A gel actually consists of two parts: the dispersed medium (solid portion) and the dispersing medium (the solvent).
A partial cure of polymer resins; a semi-solid, jelly-like state similar to gelatin in consistency.
Small piece of undissolved resin causing imperfection in film.
A description of an adhesive as it hardens from liquid to solid. More often a solid than a liquid.
A colloid in a semi-solid state, producing a jelly-like consistency.
the state of a resin, which has set to a jelly-like consistency
A dense network of fine particles dispersed with water (Jell-O is a gel). Used to separate different-sized strands of DNA.
Colloidal suspension of a solid dispersed in a liquid; a semirigid solid.
(1) A semi-solid system consisting of a network of solid aggregates in which liquid is held.(2) The initial jelly-like solid phase that develops during the formation of a resin from a liquid.
In polyethylene, a small amorphous resin particle which differs from its surroundings by being of higher molecular weight and/or crosslinked, so that its processing characteristics differ from the surrounding resin to such a degree that it is not easily dispersed in the surrounding resin. A gel is readily discernible in thin films.
The initial jelly-like solid phase that develops during the transition from a liquid to a solid. Note- In this state the epoxy is soft, flexible, and has no strength.ib
Jelly like material formed by the coagulation of a liquid. Semi - solid emulsion that liquefies when applied to the skin.
A semi-solid colloidal suspension or jell; a solid dispersed in a liquid; a jelly-like substance.
Top coat of resin when forming a fiberglass shape. The resin is applied in a layering of fiberglass mat and resin in a mold.
A state or condition in which an ink, varnish or coating has a jelly-like consistency.
A two-phase colloidal system consisting of a solid and a liquid in more solid form than an aerosol.