Urethane glues (Gorilla Glue), cyanoacrylate adhesives
(Crazy Glue), hot glues, and thread locking compounds (Loctite and clones.
Tolerance of the rabbit cornea to an n-butylester cyanoacrylate adhesive
Strength and many other physical properties of the cyanoacrylate adhesives
are directly related to the structure of the alkyl side-chain, and minor changes in the composition may explain the differences in strength observed (45).
The application of cyanoacrylate adhesive
(commonly called "superglue") to the eyes, ears and, to a lesser extent, the mouth has been well reported.
Containing a fast setting cyanoacrylate adhesive
, the product has a dual applicator which allows initial closure of the surgical incision followed by the application of an adhesive film to help protect the wound site from infection or breakdown.
The specimens were then fixed with cyanoacrylate adhesive
on each side, (Super Bonder Gel, Loctite, Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil) in the Geraldeli device,  which was used for the microtensile bond test.
The chips can be attached to the tooth with cyanoacrylate adhesive
, such as super glue, and the return to play with a mouthguard can be immediate.
But because the cyanoacrylate group of adhesives has a number of desirable properties, it is felt that further research and modification should be done, so as to obtain a cyanoacrylate adhesive
having all the required properties essential for an ideal orthodontic bonding adhesive.
UV-curable 463 and 200 cyanoacrylate adhesive
used with QFS 16 activator can be used for wire tacking applications, while end caps can be sealed with HH190 anaerobic adhesive.
A torsion-sensitive strain gage, bonded directly to the rotational shaft by cyanoacrylate adhesive
, is read by a battery-powered F-1001 transmitter.
Chemistry and performance of cyanoacrylate adhesive