Furthermore, the Young's modulus and TS of the p(MCS) polymers increased with sebacic acid content mainly due to increased intermolecular bonding
resulting from close packing of SA units in the polymer matrix.
Hydrogen bonding is defined as intermolecular bonding
between an electron deficient A--H donor group and an electron rich acceptor atom B.
The intermolecular bonding
cross-linking and the copolymerization chemical reaction also have a considerable effect on the thermal properties of thermoplastic materials.
In another study, carbon black filler was shown to contribute both physical support and increased polymer strength through intermolecular bonding
with polybutadiene after vulcanization (ref.
Forces: where materials and process come together
The combination of stress below the yield point of the material and the interference with intermolecular bonding
caused by the chemical agent result in a brittle-fracture, slow-crack-growth mechanism.
Therefore, the intermolecular bonding
between powder and PU was increased.
This technology eliminates the need for adhesives and makes it possible to bond thin film materials via intermolecular bonding
OKI Digital Imaging develops LED print heads which use "Epi Film Bonding (EFB) technology (*2)", which enables thin film material to be bonded without the need for adhesive by utilizing intermolecular bonding
The Group also develops "Epi Film Bonding (EFB) technology" in which without the need for adhesives, thin film material is bonded by utilizing the intermolecular bonding
force working to hold the film together.
In the newly developed EFB technology, epifilm LED array chips are bonded with the Si IC wafer by utilizing the intermolecular bonding
The patent internationally protects the Company's new technology of permanent co-valence and intermolecular bonding
between active carbon and pure silver.