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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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Evident difference in pore size indicated that higher concentration of cross-linking agent resulted in the formation of pores with smaller diameters and tighter network structure in porous hydrogels.
Then polymer solution containing NeemAzal pesticide was added drop wise into cross-linking solution containing methanol, 2% (w/v) GA as a cross-linking agent and 1% (w/v) of 1 N HCl as a catalyst with constant stirring.
Feije, Glutaraldehyde as a cross-linking agent for collagen based biomaterials.
In a previous study, the cross-linking degree of LDPE was improved by increasing the amount of dicumyl peroxide (DCP), which is commonly used as a cross-linking agent (16-18).
The mixture is comprised of approximately 10-50% by weight based on the mixture of a redispersible, latex polymer; from approximately 50-90% by weight based on the mixture of a surface enhancing agent, the surface enhancing agent selected to function as both a set accelerator for calcined gypsum and also as a cross-linking agent for the adhesive and selected from the group consisting of potassium sulfate, zinc sulfate, sodium sulfate, magnesium sulfate, copper sulfate, ferrous sulfate, ferric sulfate and aluminum sulfate; and from approximately 0.
The adhesive layer comprises 100 weight parts of a polymer (A) with a functional group capable of reacting with a cross-linking agent and a temperature (Ta) in a range of from -50[degrees]C to 5[degrees]C Tan% of a dynamic viscoelasticity of the polymer(A), which is maximized, from 10 weight parts to 100 weight parts of a polymer (B) with a functional group capable of reacting with a cross-linking agent and a temperature (Tb) in a range of from more than 5[degrees]C to 50[degrees]C Tan% of a dynamic viscoelasticity of the polymer(B), which is maximized and from 0.
The sealant quickly sets into a soft gel that contains a unique cross-linking agent to effectively seal grafts.
0 wt % of the cross-linking agent triallyl isocyanurate (TAIC) which allows optimal cross-linking with an irradiation doses of 50 kGy.
Rituximab was also more effective in inducing cell death than epratuzumab, especially in the presence of a cross-linking agent.
The compound is obtained by reacting at least one hydroxyalkyl ester of an olefinically unsaturated carboxylic acid with two to 12 carbon atoms in the hydroxyalkyl residue with at least one lactone and with at least one hydroxy-functional amine having two to 10 carbon atoms per molecule and where the amino group is selected from the group consisting of primary amines, secondary amines and mixtures thereof and the hydroxy-functional amine is selected from the group consisting of hydroxy functional alkyl amines, hydroxy-functional cyclo alkylamines, hydroxy-functional alkoxyamines and any mixtures thereof; at least one cross-linking agent with functional groups reactive towards active hydrogen and optionally, at least one binder with functional groups containing active hydrogen.
The hydride functional siloxane serves as a cross-linking agent to the vinyl functional polymer.