resin

A nonconductive plastic material, such as epoxy, polyester, or phenolic, used to produce printed circuit laminates.
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Resin

Resin in the most specific use of the term is a hydrocarbon secretion of many plants, particularly coniferous trees. Resins are valued for their chemical properties and associated uses, such as the production of varnishes, adhesives and food glazing agents. They are also prized as an important source of raw materials for organic synthesis, and as ...
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resin

(rez´in) a solid or semisolid organic substance exuded by plants or by insects feeding on plants, or produced synthetically; they are insoluble in water but mostly soluble in alcohol or ether. adj., res´inous., adj. a compound made by condensation or polymerization of low-molecular-weight organic ...
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resin

[n] - any of a class of solid or semisolid viscous substances obtained either as exudations from certain plants or prepared by polymerization of simple molecules
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Resin

• (n.) Any one of a class of yellowish brown solid inflammable substances, of vegetable origin, which are nonconductors of electricity, have a vitreous fracture, and are soluble in ether, alcohol, and essential oils, but not in water; specif., pine resin (see Rosin).
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resin

rosin noun any of a class of solid or semisolid viscous substances obtained either as exudations from certain plants or prepared by polymerization of simple molecules
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Resin

[software] Resin is a web server and Java application server from Caucho Technology. In addition to Resin (GPL), Resin Pro is available for enterprise and production environments. Resin supports the Java EE standard as well as a mod_php/PHP like engine called Quercus. Resin Pro includes optimizations such as built-in caching and features su...
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Resin

[Electronics Production] A natural or synthetic organic compound consisting of a noncrystalline or viscous liquid substance
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Resin

Res'in noun [ French résine , Latin resina ; confer Greek 'rhti`nh Confer Rosin .] Any one of a class of yellowish brown solid inflammable substances, of vegetable origin, which are nonconductors of electricity, have a vitreous fracture, and are soluble in ether, alcohol...
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Resin

A component of paint. Resin binds all the solid material in the paint together when the paint is dry.
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Resin

A generic term referring to the materials used by paper manufactures to 'size' paper. Rosin, a natural resin from pine trees, is used in the manufacture of acidic paper. Synthetic resins are used in the manufacture of alkaline and acid-free papers.
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Resin

A group of sticky liquid substances secreted by plants that appear on the plant?s external surface after a wound.
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resin

A high-molecular-weight substance characterized by its gummy or tacky consistency at certain temperatures. Naturally occurring resins include congo copal and bitumen (found as fossils), shellac (from insects), and rosin (from pine trees). Synthetic resins include the wide variety of plastic material...
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RESIN

A natural or synthetic material that is the main ingredient of paint and that binds ingredients together. It also aids adhesion to the surface.
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Resin

A natural or synthetic material that is the main ingredient of paint and that binds ingredients toge
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RESIN

A natural or synthetic material that is the main ingredient of paint and that binds ingredients together. It also aids adhesion to the surface.
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Resin

A plastic which may be bonded to metal or cast in molds.
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resin

a solid, semi-solid or pseudo-solid organic material that has an indefinite and often high relative molecular mass, exhibits a tendency to flow when subjected to stress, usually has a softening or melting range, and usually fractures conchoidally. In a broad sense, the term is used to designate any polymer that is a basic material for plastics NOTE...
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Resin

A synthetic or naturally occurring polymer
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resin

A thick substance that comes from plants or can be made in the laboratory from certain chemicals. Resins do not dissolve in water, and are used in plastics, varnishes, printing inks, medicine, and to make fabrics stiff.
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Resin

a thick-solid, insoluble in water but soluble in alcohol, exude from trees or plants which are used as antiseptics
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Resin

An organic solid, usually transparent. ‘Natural` resins derive from either plants or insects, whereas ‘synthetic` resins (e.g. alkyd and acrylic) are manufactured industrially. They can usually be dissolved in organic solvents to produce a clear solution, although many synthetic resins are produced as dispersions.
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resin

any natural or synthetic organic compound consisting of a noncrystalline or viscous liquid substance. Natural resins are typically fusible and ... [14 related articles]
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resin

Any one of a class of yellowish brown solid inflammable substances, of vegetable origin, which are nonconductors of electricity, have a vitreous fracture, and are soluble in ether, alcohol, and essential oils, but not in water; specif, pine resin. ... Resins exude from trees in combination with essential oils, gums, etc, and in a liquid or semiliqu...
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Resin

Hop resin is a sticky compound formed in the lupulin glands of the female hop flower. The resins of the hop flower are composed of alpha and beta acids and are chiefly responsible for the bitterness and hop aroma found in beer. Additionally, Alpha acids found in the hop resins function as a mild antibiotic and work as a preservative in beer.
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