Latex

A suspension of resinous particles in an essentially aqueous medium.

LaTeX

LaTeX (k {Respell|LAY|tek} or k {Respell|LAH|tek}) is a document preparation system and document markup language. It is widely used for the communication and publication of scientific documents in many fields, including mathematics, physics, computer science, economics, and political science. It also has a prominent role in the preparation and pub...
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Latex

Latex is the stable dispersion (emulsion) of polymer microparticles in an aqueous medium. Latexes may be natural or synthetic. It can be made synthetically by polymerizing a monomer such as styrene that has been emulsified with surfactants. Latex as found in nature is a milky fluid found in 10% of all flowering plants (angiosperms). It is a comple...
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Latex

• (n.) A milky or colored juice in certain plants in cavities (called latex cells or latex tubes). It contains the peculiar principles of the plants, whether aromatic, bitter, or acid, and in many instances yields caoutchouc upon coagulation.
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latex

(la┬┤teks) any of a number of thick, white, sticky fluids secreted by certain plants; the variety from Hevea brasiliensis, the rubber tree, was formerly the main source of commercial rubber. Allergic reactions to natural latex (latex allergy) are common, especially in people who have been sensitized by previous exposure to lat...
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latex

noun a milky exudate from certain plants that coagulates on exposure to air
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Latex

La'tex noun [ Latin ] (Botany) A milky or colored juice in certain plants in cavities (called latex cells or latex tubes ). It contains the peculiar principles of the plants, whether aromatic, bitter, or acid, and in many instances yields caoutchouc upon coagulation.
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latex

a colloidal aqueous dispersion of a polymeric material
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latex

A dispersion in water of a solid polymeric material.
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Latex

A latex (plural latices, or latexes for the Americans!) is a dispersion of water-insoluble polymer in water. The dispersion is usually of particles (not single molecules) that are around 100 nm (10-4 mm) in size. The particles are keep suspended in the water by thermal convection (which keeps them from settling out) and surfactants (which keep them...
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latex

a milky substance that exudes from such plants such as milk thistles, figs and dandelions.
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latex

a milky, clear or sometimes coloured sap of diverse composition found in some plants
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LaTeX

a set of resources which make using the TeX typesetting language easier and more productive
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latex

A viscous fluid exuded from the cut surfaces of the leaves and stems of certain plants, such as the dandelion or the rubber tree. ... A rubber made from such plant sap. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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latex

A water emulsion of a synthetic rubber or plastic obtained by polymerization and used especially in coatings, paints and adhesives.
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Latex

A water-based sythesis of synthetic rubber, natural rubber or other polymers. Latex is used to adhere secondary backing to primary backing in the carpet manufacture.
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latex

A water-thinned paint, such as a polyvinyl acetate, styrene butadiene or acrylic.
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latex

A water-thinned paint, such as a polyvinyl acetate, styrene butadiene or acrylic.
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Latex

A water-thinned paint, such as a polyvinyl acetate, styrene butadiene or acrylic.
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Latex

An emulsion of rubber or resin particles dispersed in an aqueous medium. A natural or synthetic elastomeric dispersion in an aqueous system.
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latex

colloidal suspension, either the milky white liquid emulsion found in the cells of flowering plants such as the Para rubber tree (Hevea ... [6 related articles]
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latex

European safety rating. LATEX products are rated for use in or around explosive atmospheres.
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latex

Fluid of some plants (such as the rubber tree and poppy), an emulsion of resins, proteins, and other organic substances. It is used as the basis for making rubber. The name is also applied to a suspension in water of natural or synthetic rubber (or plastic) particles used in rubber goods, paints, and adhesives
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Latex

Latex is a milky liquid found in many plants which exudes when the plant is cut and coagulates on exposure to the air. A few latexes are used to produce rubber. Artificial latex is a water dispersion of reclaimed rubber, and resemebles natural latex but is softer and tackier.
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Latex

Latex is made with rubber and thus has rubber-like qualities. Used in some elastics to provide greater elasticity. Breaks down easily when exposed to sun and body moisture. Many are allergic to direct contact of latex on their body, for whom spandex is an alternative.
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