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- n. The state or quality of being gloopy.
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According to the researchers, the toxic oxygen molecules released into the cell causes the increasing 'gloopiness'.
The researchers suggest that this increasing 'gloopiness' is caused by the toxic oxygen molecules released into the cell.
'gloopiness', of different parts of cancer cells, when they are blasted with light-activated cancer drugs.
The viscosity, or 'gloopiness', of different parts of cancer cells increases dramatically when they are blasted with light-activated cancer drugs, according to new images that provide fundamental insights into how cancer cells die, published in Nature Chemistry today (15
I'm trying to remember about the butter, and yes, I think I had softened it, which might have caused the gloopiness.
But droplet formation is affected by ink properties including density, surface tension and viscosity, which is the measure of resistance to flow or "gloopiness."