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noun as in gum

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That’s because amber — fossilized tree resin — produces static electricity when you rub it against cloth.

Made of wool, wire and resin, Kohnstamm’s “Gravitas” suspends three organic-looking sacs from metallic discs in exquisite tension.

Although the shed has a wood look, the material is actually made of polypropylene resin plastic and steel—so rust, rot, and peeling paint will never be an issue.

Once they have found the source of the leak, they will patch it up with a kit using epoxy resin.

No matter where you fall, you have to admit this is a beautifully sculpted mug, with a cold cast resin tankard with stainless steel insert.

Dominic Ware has a scorpion encased in resin on a string around his neck.

The artist smashed backboards, set them in resin, and welded them together in an aluminum circle.

His employer was a certain subcontractor of Tepco, called Nito Resin.

The piece itself was built from a wooden frame and then Jones and his team cast hundreds of swords out for fast cast resin.

Snow-snakes were small rods of wood, polished smooth with resin, oil, or wax.

Experiments continuing through several weeks were made in applying solutions of this resin to rats, rabbits and guinea pigs.

An alcoholic solution of the resin was just neutralized with potassium hydroxide.

An alcoholic solution of the resin gave the same color reactions with iron salts as did the potassium salt.

On spontaneous evaporation of the solution, a yellow, sweet smelling resin was left.


On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to resin, such as: paste, wax, adhesive, amber, cement, and exudate.

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