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Interpenetrate

A decorative feature, such as a molding, that enters another element, such as a column, and reappears on the other side; it was commonly found in the Gothic Revival style.
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Thus, the enhancement in this study seems to be due to the reinforcement by the interpenetrating SR networks, which act as a constraining point during the deformation of AR network.
Sperling, Interpenetrating Polymer Networks and Related Materials, Plenum, New York (1981).
These changes in mechanical properties are typical of those observed for a reinforced composite in which the interpenetrating network of PVP provides a means of dissipating force throughout the material.
The interpenetrating rate is rapidly accelerated with temperature increasing, and obviously, more entanglements were restored in the same period of time when heating at higher temperature, and then a higher undercooling was required for crystallization.
One of the many ways to broaden the range and to lower the transition frequencies is the formation of an interpenetrating polymer network.
These facilities will be employed to further LandStar's AMR and RU technologies in conjunction with Rouse's exclusive patented Interpenetrating Network "IPN" System for a very synergic compliment of the combined technologies and advanced engineered materials for demanding product applications.
Thermoplastic apparent interpenetrating polymer networks (thermoplastic-AIPNs) were prepared at several compositions by melting and pressing of crystallizable polyurethane (CPU), based on butylene adipate glycol (BAG), and styrene/acrylic acid random copolymer (S/AA).
the Company's Chief Chemist and Inventor of the URECOATS 100(TM) formula, explained, "The original formula's design was predicated on building upon the strongest properties of existing roofing systems in practice today and integrating new interpenetrating chemical technologies to incorporate a recycled material into the composition.
Crosslinking of both components to produce full interpenetrating polymer networks (full-IPNs) seemed an apparently obvious remedy to this drawback (4, 5); however, the majority of full-IPNs produced by whatever experimental technique invariably proved to be microheterogeneous (5-7).
The unprecedented resolution of this study enabled us to explore for the first time the interaction of significantly disparate length scales of fluid motion and how this might impact the reactivity of the interpenetrating fluids," said Ron Cohen, the co-principal investigator.
In this study, we have attempted to synthesize a series of simultaneous interpenetrating polymer networks of epoxy and PMS.
Of special note are the interpenetrating networks (IPNs) synthesized from wild plant oils such as castor (4, 5), vernonia (8, 9), and lasquerall-palmeri (4).