Deutsch: Gelatine / Español: Gelatina / Português: Gelatina / Français: Gêlatine / Italiano: Gelatina animale
Gelatin (from Latin: gelatus meaning "stiff", "frozen") is a protein extracted from animal hides and used in a variety of foodstuffs to produce jellies. In photography gelatine is used to suspend the light sensitive silver halides and bind them to the film or paper base. It is also a substance similar to refined animal glue used for paper sizing, plate-making, and as a protective layer for some forms of photographs.
Grass pertains to a plant in the grass family (Poaceae). These are usually short plants with slender leaves.
Glaze makes reference to the substances used to coat cabinetry that produce enhancements in door detail, wood color and tone.
Gypsum refers to a naturally occurring crystalline form of calcium sulfate in which each molecule of calcium sulfate is combined with two molecules of water.