cross-link

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Synonyms for cross-link

a side bond that links two adjacent chains of atoms in a complex molecule

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join by creating covalent bonds (of adjacent chains of a polymer or protein)

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Figure 2b shows the probable chemical crosslinking reaction between the epoxy-functionalized xanthan and chitosan [22].
Composition and chemical crosslinking can be followed by the changes in the respective peak height between 2500 [cm.
But chemical crosslinking with peroxide and silane agents presents some disadvantages that e-beam treatment avoids.
Employing chemical crosslinking to detect Mcl-1/Bak dimers in intact mitochondrial membranes, GX15-070 was found to potently disrupt these interactions.
Based on the unsaturated bond on EPDM side chain, a kind of weak chemical crosslinking may be introduced into strong chemical crosslink network.
BASF researchers considered crosslinking methods like UV and moisture curing, but focused on chemical crosslinking using a liquid agent fed into the extruder itself.
Vulcanization or chemical crosslinking are not required to produce tough, rubbery articles.
Other toxic residual components associated with chemical crosslinking such as initiators, chains transfer agents, and stabilizers may also present in PVA.
These new resins are formulated to provide improved physical properties without the use of chemical crosslinking agents.
Thermoplastic processing is potentially accomplished by one of several reversible physical or chemical crosslinking mechanisms.
60]Co [gamma]-rays or electron beam) crosslinking [6, 7] and chemical crosslinking (peroxide and silane crosslinking) [8-11].
In this work a strength control procedure, based on the use of two chemical crosslinking agents PK and TG, has been assessed.
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