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cross-link

 [kros´link″]
a bond formed between polymer chains, either between different chains or between different parts of the same chain.

cross-link

(kros'lingk),
A covalent linkage between two polymers or between two different regions of the same polymer.

cross-link

(kros´link″) a covalent bond formed between polymer chains, either within or across chains.

cross-link

(krôs′lĭngk′, krŏs′-)
n.
A chemical bond formed between adjacent chains of a complex molecule such as a polymer.
v. cross-linked, cross-linking, cross-links
v.tr.
To join (adjacent chains of a complex molecule) with cross-links.
v.intr.
To form cross-links.

cross-link

[kros′link′]
a bond formed between polymer chains, either between different chains or between different parts of the same chain.
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The X-ray diffraction (XRD) patterns of the powders of triturated microspheres and the corresponding copolymer without crosslinker were obtained with a powder diffractometer (Empyrean, PANalytical), using monochromated Cu K[alpha] radiation ([lambda] = 1.
Said White, "Printers can run ten color presses more effectively because of new chemical technology that combines sizing and zirconium crosslinkers, building upon a strong silica nanoparticle foundation in the base sheet.
Figure 1 describes the formation process of the DN hydrogels via in situ free-radical polymerization, which is in the presence of A A and NIPAM with GO and clay as crosslinkers and reinforcing fillers.
There have been significant efforts in the development of waterborne resin and crosslinker systems to meet environmental regulations and demanding coating applications.
One surface treatment breakthrough is a patented system that includes the use of starch, zirconium crosslinkers (AZC or KZC), and surface size polymers in a size press solution.
In addition to acting as a useful crosslinker in many water- and solvent-based systems, CoatOSil MP 200 silane also offers reduced VOC generation when compared to traditional epoxy silanes.
The monomer (acrylamide, AAm), the initiator (ammonium per sulfate, APS), and the multifunctional crosslinker (N, N' methylene bisacrylamide, BIS) were supplied by Merck (Darmstadt, Germany).
The crosslinker isocyanate groups react with the resin hydroxyl (-OH) groups to make urethane linkages, while excess isocyanate combines with ambient water in a series of reactions to make urea linkages.
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Traditional systems commonly use styrene as a crosslinker for polyester and vinylester based curing resins because of its low cost, Lubrizol says.
They are manufactured in a complex finishing process called compounding, where the crosslinker, pigment and other additives are mixed into the rubber base.
It is also worth mentioning here that the specimens with varying amount of PVA, contained AN/MBA in the molar ratio of 9:1, with varying concentration of acrylonitrile, contained PVA/MBA in the molar ratio of 1:6 and the specimens with varying concentration of crosslinker (MBA) contained PVA/AN in the molar ratio 1:54 respectively.