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crosslinking

[′krȯs ‚liŋk·iŋ]
(organic chemistry)
The setting up of chemical links between the molecular chains of polymers.
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The crosslinking behaviors, thermal, and mechanical properties of the crosslinked samples are discussed with PDLA molecular weight and radiation dose.
To measure the degree of crosslinking in a nylon, the gel content can be measured using an extraction method with m-cresol as the solvent.
The incorporation of crosslinking chemistry in waterborne coatings is recognized to provide a particularly effective means of enhancing the mechanical strength, chemical stability, and solvent resistance of the final film.
Crosslinking of poly(1,4-cis-isoprene) samples with peroxide
Dicumyl peroxide (DCP), the crosslinking agent, and triallyl cyanurate (TAC), the coagent, were purchased from Akzo Nobel Company and RPM Products, Turkey, respectively.
As hypothesized, decelluarization and genipin crosslinking increased the aggregate modulus for the 0.
Keywords: Emulsion polymers, polymer diffusion, energy transfer, neutron scattering, latex film formation, crosslinking, gel content, melamine, acetoacetoxy esters, carbodiimide, aziridine, oxirane, alkyd resins, autooxidative cure
The highly active crosslinking additives TAC and TAICROS are used in plastics and rubber.
The results showed that crosslinking density of the PSF rubbers were tremendously promoted by the high efficient thiol-acrylate Michael addition with TMPTA, and high level crosslinking can be achieved in a short time.
The first non-destructive test device to indicate the level of crosslinking in PEX-A (peroxide-cured) HMW-HDPE pipe for hot water and in-floor heating was recently sold by Inoex GmbH in Germany (U.
This can be done by beginning with a high molecular weight material (as in lacquers) or by chain extending and/or crosslinking low and medium molecular weight resins to produce the needed molecular weight.
During the Crosslinking Workshop on May 12, industry experts examined topics such as film formation, film formation from latexes, crosslinking chemistries, and the roles of catalysis, radiation cure, and characterization in the crosslinking processes.