Results for: Resin

What does resin mean in the dental field?

  Resin is an ingredient in many dental fillings and appliances, such as dentures and retainers. Resin typically starts out as a liquid, and after it is combined with othe (MORE)
In Biology

What are resin in gymnosperms?

Resin is a waxy substance that gymnosperms secrete in their resin canals that act as an anti-freeze for the plants. This is why gymnosperms are the evergreen trees and they do (MORE)

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How do you clean resin out of bong or hookah?

Bongs and hookah's have been used for smoking various materials for centuries. Bongs made a North American debut soon after the first troops started returning from VietNam i (MORE)

What is stiffness of epoxy resin?

It depends on the resin; most exhibit a Young's modulus between 100,000 and 1,000,000 psi at room temperature.
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In Health

What is formaldehyde resin?

Resin is essentially a glue typically used in commercial processes. For example a resin is used as the adhesive (glue/resin) that holds the saw dust together to make particle (MORE)

What is myrrh resin?

Myrrh is the dried resin from a small family of bushes that grow on rocky ground in warm countries like Ethiopia and Yemen. These bushes are called Commiphora (although other (MORE)

What is resin?

Resin is a natural or synthetic compound which begins in a highly viscous state and hardens with treatment. Typically, resin is soluble in alcohol, but not in water. There are (MORE)
In Science

What do dowex 50 resins do?

"Dowex 50" is a type of ion-exchange resin, called a strongly acidic cation exchanger, used for ion-exchange chromatography. It is useful for swapping a metal cation for a pro (MORE)
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Can resin preserve?

The answer to this question is: Yes, resin can preserve. Formally known as tree resin, it is a white, thick liquidized substance that was a tree sap. When tree resin solidifie (MORE)
In Biology

Is resin hazardous?

Generally no. Tree sap is a resin (e.g. maple syrup is extracted  from maple tree sap and we use this as food, natural rubber latex  comes from the rubber tree sap and is us (MORE)