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polymerize

 [pah-lim´er-īz]
to subject to or to undergo polymerization.

pol·y·mer·ize

(pol'i-mĕr-īz, po-lim'ĕr-īz),
To bring about polymerization.

pol·y·mer·ize

(pol'i-mĕr-īz)
To bring about polymerization.
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2 g polymerizable organic VST was added into the flask while the viscosity started to rise and the reaction lasted for 9 h at 70[degrees]C under stirring to obtain the tourmaline-containing functional copolymer p (VST/MMA/BA).
Dental materials based on radically polymerizable macromers with antimicrobial effect.
We could speculate that nanocomposite containing exfoliated UVMT and polymeric matrix was successfully synthesized by successive intercalation of CTAC and polymerizable monomers and in situ reaction of monomers.
Keywords Polymerizable emulsifier, Waterborne antifouling coating
This is also valid for the polymerizable resins car (MELIODENT) which we tested and our results go in the same direction as those of Yunus and et al., [41], Blagojevic and et al., [4] and Muster, [25], which noted a reduction in the rate of residual monomers after a long cycle of cooking.
Photopolymers are made up of a photopolymerization initiator, sensitizing dye and one or more polymerizable monomers in a polymer matrix which acts as a support.
The Vitremer primer is a light polymerizable liquid with high concentration of HEMA (46%) [Pereira et al., 2000].
Novel chemical-bonded polymerizable sulfur-containing photoinitiators comprising the structure of planar N-phenylmaleimide and benzophenone for photopolymerization.
In this context, BASF scientists have synthesized copolymers of (meth)acrylates, (meth) acrylic acids and polymerizable polyether or polyesters to be compatible with 55% VOC hair spray compositions.
These studies led to the hypothesis that many of the 21 hydroxyl groups on beta-cyclodextrin molecules could be derivatrzed to form a closely related family of analogous chemical compounds containing both polymerizable groups and hydrophilic ionizable ligand (substrate-binding) groups, each attached via hydrolyticaliy-stablc ether-linkages.
Rather than simply modifying the existing surface of a material, polymerizable gases can be used to create thin films.