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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 imbibtion of considerable solvent, from a paint stripper, will cause the crosslinked polymer to be effectively well above its [T.
Because it has been found that DVB crosslinked polymers are not rigid or static in their structure, multiple substitutions should have occurred due to the number of hydroxy groups present on 2 and the flexibility of the polymer matrix.
Specially, hydrogen bonding will be expected to occur between amine groups and nitrogen atoms on the dye molecules and the amine and carbonyl groups on the monomer unit of crosslinked polymer.
The stress relaxation of crosslinked polymers is a field that is still not well understood and is currently attracting significant experimental and theoretical interest.
Zhu, QZ, Feng, SY, Zhang, C, "Synthesis and Thermal Properties of Polyurethane-Polysiloxane Crosslinked Polymer Networks.
Obviously, the vulcanized binder is more susceptible to dynamic shear due to the degradation of the crosslinked polymer network with increasing the shear frequency.
Crosslinked polymers have a broad glass transition compared to an equivalent thermoplastic.
Patent 8,404,758 (March 26, 2013), "Stress Relaxation in Crosslinked Polymers," Christopher N.
Figure la shows the crosslinked polymer structures using monodisperse PS of molecular weight 115,000.
Since methyl ethyl ketone (MEK) is used in the coatings industry to determine the solvent resistance of cured coatings, it is a useful solvent to measure the gel content and swell ratio of a crosslinked polymer.