cross-linked polymer

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cross-linked pol·y·mer

a polymer in which long-chain molecules are attached to each other, forming a two- or three-dimensional network.
Synonym(s): cross-linked resin

cross-link·ed pol·y·mer

(kraws lingkt poli-mĕr)
Material used in dental appliances in which long-chain molecules are attached to each other, forming a dimensional network.
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A 4% cross-linked resin (Aminex HPX-42A and HPX-42C) can resolve higher oligosaccharides, whereas an 8% cross-linked resin (Aminex HPX-87C and HPX-87H) is ideal for smaller molecular weight oligosaccharides.
This consistent difference suggested that for the cross-linked Resin I, the fracture toughness peak was closely associated with the glass transition temperature, which determined to a large extent what segmental/network motions were activated at a certain testing temperature and strain rate.
In the D/P cross-linked Resin I, as the content of P cross-linker increased, the curves started to show non-linearity at higher temperatures.
Two commercial cross-linked resins (namely, Amberlite[R] GT73 and Amberlite[R]IRC748) were employed for anchoring the ferrite particles.
In cross-linked resins, certain metals in inorganic pigments can react with the peroxide to limit the degree of curing that takes place.