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a negatively charged ion

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The epoxy resin DGEBA was anionically photopolymerized by the action of a thiol-ene system that included the prepared thiol-disulfide oligomer and the curing agent ALA4.
The amino functional silanes in some cases are not compatible with anionic emulsions or anionic latexes as they can cause coagulation of anionically stabilized latex particles.
High PVC fast-drying aqueous binder compositions with small particle binders and traffic markings made therewith (provides fast dry binder compositions comprising one or more anionically stabilized emulsion polymer having a weight average particle size of from 100 to 165 nm, one or more polyamine, one or more volatile base and one or more filler, extender and/or pigment in a composition having a %PVC of from 63 to 80.
Shingel et al developed an anionically modified pullulan via g-irradiation which was used as base for blood-plasma substitute (25-27).
JANMEY: If the filaments are all anionically charged, you might expect them to be so electrostatically repulsive that they would never come near enough to one another to make nodes.
An anionic surfactant has an anionically charged hydrophilic head and a hydrocarbon-based hydrophobic tail.
An electrocoagulation process developed by Battelle can be used to separate anionically and nonionically stabilized drilling and cutting oils and dewater biologically stabilized sewage sludge.
Chapter 4: Intermolecular Applications of o-Quinone Methides (o-QMs) Anionically Generated at Low Temperatures; Kinetic Conditions (Thomas Pettus and Liping Pettus).
Four of these were manufactured from natural rubber (NRA, NR-B, NR-C and NR-D), three were prepared from Cariflex anionically polymerized polyisoprene IR401 latex (AnIR-A, AnIR-B and AnIRC), two were made from Ziegler-Natta polyisoprene latex (ZN-IR-A, ZN-IR-B) and three from chloroprene (CRL-A, CRL-B and CRL-C).