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Covering fibres in a reflective coating allows them to be used to encode information within their vibrations.
They go through a dehydration process and then a metal coating process.
The more you beat, the more bubbles with a protein coating are created and the more the whole shebang fluffs up.
The basic idea of the new technology is to infiltrate this coating with tiny, fluid-filled capsules.
He suggests that a thin coating of the capsules could be applied to surfaces.
When it dries, the fly-ash acts as a tough coating, able to withstand the elements in exposed places.
Participating drugs companies emboss a special code onto packages, which customers find by scratching off a coating.
The easy way around this is to use so-called chocolate melts, or candy coating.
If you want to sprinkle a dry coating on the bonbons, such as salt or candy sprinkles, do so immediately.
We are a sports fan base that is having an increasingly difficult time sharing our opinions without coating them in mud.
Meanwhile, a team of researchers recently said it found an oily layer as thick as two inches coating the seafloor.
When an apple is cut open, chemicals inside the apple combine with oxygen from the air to form a brown coating.
The coating keeps oxygen from getting deeper into the apple.
The researchers looked at the tablet's patina-the coating of chemicals that forms on surfaces as they age.
Now the researchers think the dark coating comes from particles from the newly discovered ring.
They find a suitable water hole and roll in its mud, coating their skin with a natural bug repellent and sun block.
Made from environmentally friendly fabrics, this wind breaker has a water repellant coating to help shed moisture.
Then toss the oysters quickly in the spice-flour mixture, coating them well but shaking to remove any excess flour.
Melted snow that refreezes may cause a slick coating of ice to form on the surface of a layer.
While a myelin coating greatly accelerates an axon's bandwidth, it also inhibits the growth of new branches from the axon.
Pour oil around side of wok, then tilt wok to swirl oil, coating sides.
Coating freshly cut apples in sugar or syrup can reduce oxygen diffusion and thus slow the browning reaction.
If you want to create a smooth consistent coating on any substrate, you might consider screen printing.
They thus taste bitter but can be made more palatable by a camouflaging sugar coating.
Purified shellac is a stable, clean and renewable food and drug coating.
Yet small, incremental improvements from a slightly better gearbox or new a coating for turbine blades won't do the trick.
The ship also features a low-friction coating on its hull that improves the fuel mileage it can achieve on the sea.
He coated the ends of a ruby with silver mirrors, one coating thinner to let some light escape as a beam.
Your dentist combines coating your teeth with a bleaching solution and periodic flashes of light that activate the solution.
Over that goes chocolate-flavored coating encrusted chopped peanuts.
There are some over-the-counter sprays that work by coating the soft palate.
Stainless steel all the way, with a graffiti-repelling coating.
Skim-coating is the technique of applying thin layers of gypsum-based joint compound over the entire surface.
The company said the new product features a cocoa wafer, chocolate filing, peanuts and a milk chocolate coating.
All play themselves, give or take a little sugar-coating.
It was warmly syrupy, coating a few sharply cubic lumps of ice.
Abnormal results mean there is an abnormalities in the size, shape, coloring or coating of the red blood cells.
The epoxy coating contains tiny catalyst particles, while the channels in the substrate are filled with a liquid healing agent.
One is to texture the metal surface and then put a water-repelling chemical coating on it.
The other approach is to leave the metal surface untouched and texture the coating itself.
It could also be used as a coating for bandages to help wounds heal quickly and with less scarring.
These hybrid materials will now be applied as a coating to fabric, thereby trapping and killing deadly agents such as anthrax.
His team accomplished this by coating the gold with a layer of silica embedded with dye.
By coating these clusters with an electrically charged surfactant, the researchers cause the clusters to repel each other.
The spray-coating method works well over large areas.
Each sphere has a thin superconducting coating which allows its spin and any changes to it to be measured precisely.
The gallium is doing more than preventing an aluminum oxide coating, it is catalyzing the reaction in some way.
The stress-free coatings are harder than any known coating, except for crystalline diamond.

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