gelate

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gel·ate

 (jĕl′āt′)
intr.v. gel·at·ed, gel·at·ing, gel·ates
To gel.

gelate

(ˈdʒɛleɪt)
vb (intr)
to form a gel
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To do so, fibers were gelated in a methanol bath maintained at either -50[degrees]C or at room temperature.
Figure 1 provides the optical microscopy cross-sectional images of as-spun fibers D, G, H, and 1, all of which were gelated in a mixture of MeOH and DMF at room temperature (Table 1).
9,) EFSA Panel onDieteticProducts, Nutrition andAllergies, -sce nnncOpinion on the Substantiationof Health Claims gelated to Proanthocyanidinsfrom Cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon Aiton) FruitandDefence Against Bacterial Pathogens in theLowerUrinary tract.
Otherwise, the material, once gelated, will have a greater potential for spaces in which the tissue surfaces would not be separated and thus a greater potential for blood coagulation and fibroblast in-growth.
Study on thermal decomposition and sintering behaviour of internally gelated simulated inert matrix fuel // Thermochim.
With increasing temperature the gelation degree of the PVC melt increases, and the gelated phase can only contribute to the swelling.