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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 above mentioned unique properties can only be achieved after crosslinking in presence of peroxide.
Until recently most Keratoconus treatments focused on correcting the refractive errors induced by the corneal deformation or changing the corneal geometry as in corneal transplantation, but the only treatment that aims to stop or decrease progression of Keratoconus is Corneal crosslinking (CXL).
In our previous work, (12) a low-temperature selfcrosslinkable acrylic emulsion was synthesized by introducing ketone-hydrazide crosslinking reaction.
Figure 2 exhibits degree of articular cartilage crosslinking with the concentration of aqueous genipin.
GA treated ASB was yellowish in colour, slightly swollen and hard, which further increased with the increasing crosslinking intervals as compared to control.
Compared with chemical crosslinking, the advantage to radiation crosslinking after forming the product is that mold and barrel temperatures can be run at the standard thermoplastic temperatures and the same cycle time can be expected.
It produces excellent durable press ratings and it is less complicated than traditional moist crosslinking and the simplified system generates excellent performance which is very close to the results known with moist crosslinking.
Keywords Crosslinking, Diacetone acrylamide, Film formatio, Keta - hydrazide, Surfactant
Metal catalysts for isocyanate crosslinking and accelerating epoxy crosslinking with amines/polyamides, etc.
E-BEAM Services provides electron beam crosslinking services for improving performance of plastics at processing facilities at three locations on the East Coast and Midwest.
The crosslinking process yields wire and cable products with high tensile strength, improved thermal resistance at elevated temperatures, chemical resistance and abrasion resistance.
Crosslinking polyethylene can greatly reduce wear in hip implants.