covalent bond

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a chemical bond that involves sharing a pair of electrons between atoms in a molecule

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EV Group and EVG580 ComBond at SEMICON Europa Media and analysts interested in learning more about the company and its latest developments in covalent bonding and other applications at SEMICON Europa 2014, October 7-9, are invited to visit EVG's booth #918 in the ALPEXPO, Grenoble, France, as well as attend the company's presentations during the show's technical program.
The result was higher activity due to enzyme entrapment in the PVP, and a longer life for the biosensor due to covalent bonding of the enzyme that occurred in PAA.
The coating will firmly bond with touch screen glass by covalent bonding mechanism.
Topics include specific objectives and theoretical basis of biomaterial surface engineering, surface engineering methods, biological methods, covalent bonding of biomolecules, surface engineering of biomaterials reducing protein adsorption, surface engineering of microfluidic devices, drug delivery systems, protein delivery in tissue engineering, biomaterial surface characterization, and evaluation of cell behavior on biomaterial surfaces.
With the use of silane coupling agent, however, this type of hydrogen bonding at the interface is changed to strong covalent bonding, which would enhance the durability of bond strength under water exposure.
Immobilization by covalent bonding was done by mixing 20 U/ml of lipase from Chromobacterium viscosum with 5 ml phosphate buffer solution and 0.
In LAYERENG-HYBMAT I propose a fundamentally new category of nanocomposite materials, that is, layer-by-layer grown coherent inorganic-organic hybrid materials where the cohesion between the layers is based on covalent bonding.
Room-temperature covalent bonding is an ideal choice since it eliminates the need for annealing processes, which generate high temperatures that add additional stress due to CTE mismatch.
The EGM process results in New Fuel that is a 100% hydrocarbon fuel achieved through covalent bonding of fuel and water without any additives, resulting to a permanent fuel with 0.
It is designed to address the gap in clinical performance between prosthetic and vein grafts by bonding the anticoagulant drug heparin to the surface of the graft using proprietary heparin end-point covalent bonding.
The GORE VIABAHN[R] Endoprosthesis devices used in the AVIATOR study will feature the proprietary end-point covalent bonding of heparin, similar to the recently launched GORE PROPATEN Vascular Graft used in AV access.
The GORE VIABAHN[R] Endoprosthesis devices used in the Gore REVISE study will feature the proprietary end-point covalent bonding of heparin, similar to the recently launched GORE PROPATEN Vascular Graft used in AV access.
It is designed to address the gap in clinical performance between synthetic and vein grafts by bonding the anticoagulant drug heparin to the surface of the graft using a proprietary end-point covalent bonding mechanism.