J.Crew's raincoats for boys are made from water-resistant, water-repellent nylon and features a special hydrophilic coating, which repels water molecules and protects your little one from the strongest winds.
Hydrophilic plastics, which contain water, are used for manufacturing soft contact lenses.
This is a hydrophilic synthetic rubber that increases its grip when wet.
The attachment method comprises of a hydrophilic polymer network bound to the surface and contains amine or carboxylic reactive groups for end-point attachment.
highly biocompatible and tissue compatible drug delivery coating, which is suitable for both hydrophobic and hydrophilic drugs.
Methylcellulose, which forms a semi-synthetic hydrophilic colloid, has a similar action.
hydrophilic coated catheters.
hydrophilic coating without ever having to open the catheter packaging.
hydrophilic face foam, single buckle.
hydrophilic domain at each end of the protein.
The fresh mica surface provides a highly hydrophilic adsorption substrate.
When an electric charge is applied to the outside surface of the pixel, it becomes hydrophilic.
hydrophobic tail attached to a hydrophilic head.
Hydrogels are three-dimensional, cross-linked structures that are formed from hydrophilic polymers.
These sunglasses work best on larger faces and some complete with hydrophilic Megol rubber nose pads for comfort, and temple ends coated in a light weight Grilamid TR90 nylon frame.
Theory is done in a small to medium fit and features Smith’s Hydrophilic Megol nose and temple pads.
The nose pads and temple pads are made with hydrophilic Megol, which keeps the sunglasses from sliding off when they get wet.
Called Nosebleed QR (Quick Relief), the product is composed of a hydrophilic polymer, a synthetic powder that absorbs blood, and potassium salt that aids in scab formation.
For example, the Parallel Max is part of the Evolve series, meaning it is made from reusable materials, and is done with Hydrophilic Megol nose and temple pads just like Theory.
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