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They are significantly tougher and less brittle than purely inorganic glasses or conventional purely organic thermosetting materials such as epoxy resins. The gels typically lose all surface-connected porosity during drying. Gelation rates for pure “star gel” precursors can be extremely high; the stars can also greatly enhance condensation rates for conventional sol-gel systems based on tetraalkoxysilanes. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Sharp, US Patent 5,378,790, assigned to the DuPont Co., 1/5/95. The Pt catalyst of choice was Pt((ViMe2Si)2O) [Karstedt's catalyst]; concentrations of about 20 ppm by weight were found effective. Caution should be used since hydrosilylation done without solvent can be highly exothermic. Soluble catalyst residues were typically removed with activated charcoal. Simonsick, in Structure-Property Relationships in Polymers , edited by M.W. Craver (American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C., 1993), vol. Scherer, Sol-Gel Science (Academic Press, San Diego, CA, 1990). r is the molar ratio of gelling agent (water or formic acid) to silane; for the stars the same ratio of gelling agent to OR group was used. Young, Fracture Behavior of Polymers (Applied Science Publishers, Essex, England, 1983). Several reports now exist of silica gel which shows no appreciable nitrogen adsorption at 77°K over several hours but does adsorb CO 2 at higher temperatures. Home - Nails - Hard UV Gels - Builder gels - Star Nail Starlite Thick Clear UV-gel 14 g. A self-leveling, highly durable UV-gel that is suitable for strengthening natural nails and creating beautiful and long-lasting artificial nails. Thick composition is easy to work Adheres perfectly to the natural nail Suitable for toenails No need for a special base gel Long-lasting formula. Ultra tough thin 1-phase UV gel that ensures a fast and easy application. The thick gel works perfectly for building a nail without a nail tip. Starlite gels are made in California, by the biggest UV-gel manufacturer in the world. Dignity Health reopens Felton clinic shuttered after Dr. Steve Magee is seeing patients at the newly refurbished Dignity Health clinic in Felton, where Dr. Anthony Tyler practiced medicine until his death in December. Steve Magee, who splits his time between Boulder Creek and Felton, is helping staff the Dignity Health clinic in Felton, which was dark for four months after the death of Dr. Anthony Tyler, who practiced medicine in Felton for 35 years.
(Kevin Johnson -- Santa Cruz Sentinel) FELTON >> After Dr. Anthony Tyler died in December, his medical office at 6215 Highway 9 across from New Leaf Community Market was dark for months, leaving residents wondering who would replace him, a country doctor who served the community for 35 years. Now the newly refurbished office has been reopened under the auspices of Dignity Health, becoming one of 17 community clinics in Santa Cruz County operated by Dignity Health Medical Group-Dominican. The office, which has two patient exam rooms, has been staffed by two family practice physicians, Dr. Steve Magee, who’s usually at Dignity Health’s Boulder Creek clinic, and Dr.
Dean Kashino, who’s usually in Santa Cruz, and physician assistant Courtney Widmann, who previously worked at Capitola Pediatrics and Santa Cruz Women’s Health Center.