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Primary microplastics include resin pellets that are melted down to manufacture plastic products—also known as nurdles—and microbeads added to products such as cosmetics, soaps, and toothpaste as abrasives.
Two resin samples, one ivory sample and the inscriptions on the ceramic boxes and jars from the wreck were included in the analysis.
That company developed a way to print circuitry onto flexible and stretchable materials, rather than stiff resin boards.
Serving Suggestions The swirling colors of these deep, one-of-a-kind resin bowls evoke the ever-influential 64-count box of Crayolas.
Williams made about 50 resin casts of the original troll for Kickstarter supporters.
Hash is created by extracting THC-rich resin from the plant using ice water or compression.
Lingrove, the company behind Ekoa, developed the composite material from flax linen fiber that’s combined with bio-resin from industrial waste.
German and Swiss engineering combined here for something special: The Montblanc x BMW Meisterstück fountain pen is hand-made, with a 14-carat gold nib and rhodium-plated inlay in the black-resin body.
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RESIN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of resin for English Language Learners
: a yellow or brown sticky substance that comes from some trees and that is used to make various products
: an artificial substance that is similar to natural resins and that is used to make plastics
RESIN Defined for Kids
Definition of resin for Students
medical Definition of resin
- resin of jalap
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