natural resin


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Noun1.natural resin - a plant exudate
sandarach, sandarac - a brittle and faintly aromatic translucent resin used in varnishes
guaiacum - medicinal resin from the lignum vitae tree
storax - a vanilla-scented resin from various trees of the genus Styrax
scammony - resin from the root of Convolvulus scammonia
acaroid resin, accaroid resin, accroides, accroides gum, accroides resin, gum accroides - an alcohol-soluble resin from Australian trees; used in varnishes and in manufacturing paper
gum anime, anime - any of various resins or oleoresins
asafetida, asafoetida - the brownish gum resin of various plants; has strong taste and odor; formerly used as an antispasmodic
camphor - a resin obtained from the camphor tree; used in making celluloid and liniment
cannabin, cannabis resin - a resin obtained from the hemp plant; thought to be the active narcotic agent in marijuana
resin, rosin - any of a class of solid or semisolid viscous substances obtained either as exudations from certain plants or prepared by polymerization of simple molecules
amber - a hard yellowish to brownish translucent fossil resin; used for jewelry
copal - a brittle aromatic resin used in varnishes
damar, dammar, dammar resin, gum dammar - any of various hard resins from trees of the family Dipterocarpaceae and of the genus Agathis; especially the amboyna pine
colophony - translucent brittle substance produced from pine oleoresin; used especially in varnishes and inks and on the bows of stringed instruments
mastic - an aromatic exudate from the mastic tree; used chiefly in varnishes
oleoresin - a naturally occurring mixture of a resin and an essential oil; obtained from certain plants
gum resin - a mixture of resin and gum
plant product - a product made from plant material
wood tar - any tar obtained by the destructive distillation of wood
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This substance was discovered in 1839 by German apothecary Eduard Simon, who separated it from natural resin. Natural resin is the gooey substance that comes from the bark of trees like pine and fir.
If the process is running a natural resin and a colored masterbatch, the extruder should be first purged with the natural resin until the extrudate is essentially free of colorant.
Two samples of resins were analyzed in this research, one of which was acquired in the central market of Teresina, PI, in February 2016 (commercial resin) and the other was collected at a private estate in the municipality of Timon, MA, a northeastern Brazilian state, in February 2012 (natural resin) and was kept in refrigeration until the moment of oil extraction.
The copper vessels, the sidr leaf powder (used to make soap), the Dhayah (natural resin wrapped in cotton), wooden stools, copper alloy basins, the samawer (the water heater), and the girhaf (wooden sandals), all contribute greatly to giving a visitor a well-rounded picture of life much before circa 2015.
Meanwhile, the modulus of KT-825 is 50% greater than that of the natural resin at tempera tures below the glass transition temperature (Tg) of PEEK (150[degrees]C).
It is a mix of caramel, the natural resin Benzoin, evoking a vanilla-scented honey aroma, and musks for sophistication.
With no need for quarry materials, the range is 99% from stone off-cuts and 1% from a natural resin that acts as a bonding agent.
Plumes of fragrant smoke rising from the natural resin that burns to scent the home, ward off bad spirits, purify the atmosphere and even repel mosquitoes.
In addition, experiments concerning the implication of Arabino-Galactan-Proteins (AGPs) derived from Chios Mastic Gum, the natural resin of the plant Pistacia lentiscus var.
It's a natural resin dissolved in isopropanol that, when sprayed on all four tyres, dries off leaving a sticky layer.
Mastic gum is a natural resin that is excreted from Pistacia lentiscus var.
Two clear coats of natural resin or urethane need to be applied after the paint dries, in order to protect the floor.

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