- n. Plural form of mixture.
“Vinegar can be used in mixtures to repel bugs, unclog drains and clean windows, bathrooms and floors.”
“Jets are diverse, uncertain mixtures of all these things.”
“Neither vermilion nor gamboge is reliably permanent. 16 The practical value of the triangles would be limited if the materials used to construct it were incompatible or otherwise unstable. reference Finally, although it is unlikely that this was deliberate, Mayer's use of nonperfect colors in mixtures has the effect of emphasizing his point that nearly any coloring material could be adapted to his techniques of color composition and identification. reference”
“Catalytic activity can be found in mixtures of random peptides or nucleic acid polymers.”
“Theobald Smith had suggested that such toxin-antitoxin mixtures might be used to immunize man against this disease.”
“Either they can be described as mixtures of colors wavelengths, or they can be described as subtractions of various amounts of RGB from white light.”
“Its problem is that physical bodies cannot truly be called mixtures of elements.”
“· Asphalts are defined as mixtures containing bitumen and a substantial proportion of inert mineral matter”
“The heterogeneous responses of drug-treated cancer populations were characterized as mixtures of phenotypically distinct subpopulations, each modeled around a 'stereotyped' cellular phenotype.”
“ However, there are still a few exceptions, such as mixtures of foods including fruit salad (see Consumer Union's COOL Tool for details).”
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