REPELS


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REPELSRe-Emitted Positron Energy Loss Spectroscopy
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Bulbs of garlic are spread in the different corners of a house, around a building, in a homestead, the smell of which repel snake away from that surrounding.
Also, what if no one knew the shoe polish repels water?
The Repel coating keeps the die very flexible and prevents adhesive or label material from embedding in the cavities of a die," says Mike Wilks, Bunting's general manager for the flexible die division.
Castano of the Autonomous National University in Mexico, a unique chemical reaction links two types of molecules that usually separate like oil and water: hydrophobic (hi-droh-FOHbik) molecules that repel water-based paints, and oleophobic (oh-lee-oh-FOHbik) molecules that push away oil-based paints.
The bonds on the surface of the oil repel those on water molecules.
ATLANTA -- Hoping for a repeat performance of the original Stainmaster branded carpet fiber launched in 1986, DuPont is introducing Stainmaster with Advanced Teflon Repel System.
This economical coating provides a clear, non-stick finish that repels the most aggressive adhesives.
Similarly, the microstructure of the new, decorative coating repels water while producing striking colors.
In turn, the negatively charged cloud bottom repels electrons in objects on the ground, giving them positive charges.