Pastes

Some articles on pastes, paste:

Lactoperoxidase - Clinical Significance - Oral Care
... the lactoperoxidase system in a variety of oral care products (tooth pastes, mouthrinses) have been published ... Enzymes such as lysozyme, lactoperoxidase and glucose oxidase are transferred from the tooth pastes to the pellicle ... Also, as part of tooth pastes, the lactoperoxidase system has a beneficial influence to avoid early childhood caries by reducing the number of colonies formed by the ...
Paste (rheology)
... In physics, a paste is a substance that behaves as a solid until a sufficiently large load or stress is applied, at which point it flows like a fluid ... In rheological terms, a paste is an example of a Bingham plastic fluid ... Pastes typically consist of a suspension of granular material in a background fluid ...
Dry Lubricant - Application Methods - Spraying/dipping/brushing
... Pastes are grease like lubricants containing a high percentage of solid lubricants used for assembly and lubrication of highly loaded, slow moving parts ... Black pastes generally contain MoS2 ... For high temperatures above 500°C pastes are composed on the basis of metal powders to protect metal parts from oxidation necessary to facilitate disassembly of threaded connections and ...
Solder Paste - Classification - By Flux
... According to JEDEC standard J-STD-004 "Requirements for Soldering Fluxes", solder pastes are classified into three types based on the flux types Rosin based pastes are made of rosin ... No-clean pastes save not only cleaning costs, but also capital expenditures and floor space ... However, these pastes need a very clean assembly environment and may need an inert re-flow environment ...
Jakoten - History
... Hidemune made his craftsman make steamed fish pastes in 1615 ... The craftsman made steamed fish pastes by using fishes of Uwajima ... He loved steamed fish pastes when he was in Sendai so he wanted to eat them also in Ehime ...