condensation compound

con·den·sa·tion com·pound

a compound resulting from the combination of two or more simple substances, with the splitting off of some other substance, such as alcohol or water, for example, a peptide. Compare: conjugated compound.
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The other reason is that there is a formation of silane condensation compound with two or more double-bond under the catalysis of the water, and the compound consequently reacts with PP macroradicals leading to cross-linking.