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What is the classification of gels?
A colloid in which the disperse phase has combined with the dispersion medium to produce a semisolid material, such as a jelly.
Classification means to put things into groups according to their characteristics. Living organisms are arranged in different groups due to their similarities and di…fferences. This grouping is called CLASSIFICATION.
to act as a sieve, slowing down the movement of larger particles as they migrate through the gel.
classification refers to identifying, naming and grouping of organisms into formal system based on similarities of their internal and external structure or evalutionary histor…y RIGHT OUT OF THE BIOLOGY BOOK :D
Sure-Jell is a product made by Kraft. It is a pectin that is used in jellies and jams to help thicken them up.
Classification is the grouping of things based upon similarity, and similar evolution patterns
First of all the function of the gel electrophoresis is to separate lengths of DNA samples by using different charges. The function of the gel is to allow the DNA fragments to… travel downward so we can differentiate between the lengths. The gel will allow the smaller segments to travel faster. If the gel was made thick the segments would travel slower.
I get Silica Gel at that place of Silica Gel Supplier where Silica Gel Desiccant is DMF Free and USFDA Approved, because high Humidity removal and more moisture absorber is on…ly Silica Gel beads and crystals.
Cake gel is a cake improver, comprised of emulsifiers and humectants
It starts out as a gel when it's first synthesized, then it's left to dry.
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is ur talking about hair gel then u go finish the pizza quest then go to the hair salon simple!
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It consists out of a polymer with pores in it. Just imagine many spiderwebs that are woven one into another, so that you get a complicated 3D net. The holes that remain are us…ed to separate molecules. The shorter a molecule, the easier it will find a way through the web. Thus it will take a shorter time for a small molecule to reach the end of the gel.