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sin·gle bond

a covalent bond resulting from the sharing of one pair of electrons, for example, H3C-CH3 (ethane).

sin·gle bond

(sing'gĕl bond)
A covalent bond resulting from the sharing of one pair of electrons; e.g., H3C-CH3 (ethane).
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Moreover, the higher pH and high viscosity of the Adper Single Bond 2 might have also contributed to the lesser micromechanical retention of the RMGIC liner leading to lesser wettability of the bonding agent on to surface, lowering the bond strengths of RMGIC to composite.
After blot drying, all the teeth in control and experimental groups entered the bonding phase which was carried out by applying two consecutive coats of bonding agent (Adper Single Bond 2, 3M ESPE, fifth generation bonding agent) using a micro brush with gentle agitation to improve penetration Excess bonding agent was gently air dried for 3 seconds and light cured for 20 seconds with a LED curing unit (Light Emitting Diode) (Woodpecker Medical Instruments, Co.
The single bond multi-purpose etchant is a versatile system which is recommended for bonding all classes of restorations.
Adhesive system Application technique Adper[TM] Single Bond 2 Etch dentin surface with phosphoric acid (37%) for 15 s 3M ESPE, St.
German development bank KfW Bankengruppe issued its first green bond-and the second-largest single bond of the year-for EUR 1.
Cylinders of nano- filled composite were bonded in two subgroups onto buccal enamel of all teeth using AdperTM Single Bond 2 (ASB) and Adper Prompt L-Pop (ALP) adhesive systems (n= 20 each).
Personally speaking, I think that when we lower the grade quality, it makes sense to have a diversified approach so a tracker or an investment fund really makes sense here because when you do buy an investment fund, you maybe have 50 or 100 issues, so you can really dilute the credit risk of one single bond.
Spain's success in issuing a EUR 10 billion bond was the highlight of the week, in what was the largest single bond sale that Spain has ever made, sending many Eurozone periphery bonds markets into multi-year lows.
Excluding this specific bond from delivery eligibility in these three deferred delivery months will prevent a situation of having a single bond isolated as the five year gap nears the front of the delivery basket, while ensuring the changes have only a negligible impact on the overall size of the delivery basket.
Another idea is to buy a single bond intended to fund long-term care, with the length of the bond calibrated to the distance the client is from the likelihood of serious care.
Molecules with these types of bonds are called "unsaturated" because, like a half-damp sponge, it is possible for them to absorb more elements by adding them to either end of one of the double bonds, turning it into a single bond.
And I believe every single bond investor has made his own calculations on US debt, US GDP, yields on US government paper, and on what is sustainable, and for how long.