adhesiveness


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the property of sticking together (as of glue and wood) or the joining of surfaces of different composition

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The scientists evaluated the textural characteristics of all of the experimental caprine cheeses for hardness, adhesiveness, resilience, cohesiveness, springiness, gumminess and chewiness using a commercial texture analyzer.
Consequently, the ester linkages brought adhesiveness, resulting in good physical properties.
Caption: Electrostatic forces play a role in gecko adhesiveness, a new study finds, despite 80 years of belief to the contrary.
SEM analysis of the cell matrix samples showed that the apparent selective adhesiveness of these localized area may be due to processing or natural variations in the collagen layer.
The Solbin series is a modified copolymer resin combining the toughness of vinyl chloride with the strong adhesiveness and plasticity of vinyl acetate.
The other functions of starch derivatives include flocculation, film-forming properties, adhesiveness, improvement of pH stability, acidic stability, increase of shear stability, process tolerance, and many more.
Bordia and Verma (1985) have investigated the effect of oral administration of vitamin C on platelet adhesive index and platelet aggregate ratio in healthy and coronary artery disease patients and found a significant decrease in platelet adhesiveness and platelet aggregation.
TQ treated cells after 24 hours showed loss of adhesiveness and an adaptive response to treatment.
Epoxy resins are a versatile group of thermoset polymers that have excellent properties, such as stiffness, strength, chemical resistance, low dielectric constant and loss, adhesiveness to substrates, and thermal and dimensional stability.
10] Ultrasound is an effective screening tool for the primary detection of tumour size and adhesiveness to peripheral organs.
Specific papers consider such matters as improving the adhesiveness between granite and asphalt by nano-sealed calcium carbonite, the piezo-resistive property of carbon fiber reinforced plastics, fabricating nanostructured hierarchical coatings composed of calcium phosphate/titanate on a titanium substrate, a formaldehyde gas sensor based on a pentacene organic thin-film transistor, and the finite element simulation and experimental study of isothermal forging technology for a complex-shaped titanium alloy wing.
Carrageenan is frequently used as food additive and has very interesting properties like good adhesiveness on skin which can be a benefit for topical application.
Once the dry adhesiveness tests were performed to immersion in water.
3), (4) In the present case, we present a patient with a PF that occurred after surgery for a hydatid cyst with aggressive adhesiveness to the distal pancreas.
Key to its adhesiveness is a family of unique proteins called mussel adhesive proteins, which contain a high concentration of the catecholic amino acid DOPA (dihydroxyphenylalanine).