pegma

pegma

1. Any ancient construction material made of boards that are joined together.
2. A machine used in a Classical Roman amphitheater to facilitate a quick change of scenery on the stage.
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non e modesto quanto Vekkyclema, e tanto meno primitivo come la scaena versilis, ma non e neanche completo e grandioso come i pegma.
PEGMA (average Mn 750), 4-VP and HEMA were purchased from Sigma-Aldrich Trading Co.
PEGMA adsorbed itself on silica through hydrogen bonding and further decreased interactions between individual silica particles, providing better dispersion in the system.
Elongated and slender Ribeiria with straight dorsal margin, with terminal umbo and with narrow pegma.
Na sentenca no 85 do Glossario do Probo ha um exemplo comumente citado por estudos mais tradicionais como alvo do fenomeno de vocalizacao em latim vulgar: pegma non peuma (tablado), que transforma uma consoante em vogal.
Results showed that the PEgDMAE formed highly exfoliated-intercalated nanocomposites, while the PEgD12 showed the worst behavior which was attributed to a an increase in molecular weight and a crosslinking reaction between PEgMA and this amine.
In the case of festival modes, especially when the pegma [pageant stage] takes life, the interaction with the audience (or more properly, with the several different audiences such shows address) is far more complex, essential--and palpable--than it is in the case of books or even of drama in performance" (36).
The Pegma Main Zone copper-nickel-cobalt prospect is on the Pekan River, south of Fermont, near the Quebec/Labrador boundary.
PVDF membranes functionalized by PEGMA hydrogels could resist the irreversible membrane fouling as compared with the pristine PVDF membranes.
5) reported that even small amounts of maleic anhydride grafted polyethylene, PEgMA, improved the dispersion of organoclay (5 wt%) in the HDPE matrix, and fully exfoliated composites were achieved with a 25 wt% of PEgMA.
14, the crosslinking reaction of the PEGMA drastically altered the stability.
It is proposed that the epoxy groups in PEGMA react with the hydroxyl groups from thermal degradation and form a stable crosslinking structure.