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interlayer

The plastic layer between two sheets of glass in the manufacture of laminated glass.
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The reason for the tarnish is presumed to be a thick interlayer caused by a high concentration of zinc on the reaction surface.
Safety-glass laminates have polymer interlayers for absorbing energy and preventing sharp pieces forming during fracture.
Consider a practical example where an automotive windshield consists of two panes of soda-lime glass separated by a PVB interlayer.
However, polyurea is different from polyurethane and different types of polyurethanes have various microstructures and mechanical behavior and various industrial applications; there are few studies on dynamic properties of the polyurethane interlayer over wide ranges of strain rates and temperatures, which is increasingly used in laminated windshield glass of aircraft and high-speed rail under impact loading.
The interlayer positions are occupied by calcium and minor amount of magnesium in Ver-B sample and no magnesium but potassium in Ver-SL sample.
The effect of the organo-silane interlayer can be studied by the residual scratch patterns of the coatings R and V/R (Figs.
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The goal of this study was to characterise the mineralogy of HIV in Jiujiang red earth sediments using systematic analyses, with the aim of improving our understanding on its interlayer components and its formation process.
Another notable advantage lies with interlayer adhesion.
3], which acts as a pillar to sustain and stabilize the micropore structure of interlayer clay [3].
The IP40027 interlayer will be removed by peeling at the end of the display period.