bonding agent


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bonding agent

[′bän·diŋ ‚ā·jənt]
(materials)
Any substance that fixes one material to another.

bonding agent

A chemical substance applied to a suitable substrate to create a bond between it and a succeeding layer, as between a subsurface and a terrazzo topping or between a surface and the plaster that is applied to it.
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In caries affected dentin it was observed that higher both strength were found with 3M Single Bond and minimum with PQ1 compared to other bonding agent that were used in the study.
The bottom sheet includes an intermediate layer, a top bonding agent ring layer for joining the intermediate layer of the bottom sheet and the bottom layer of the top sheet along their peripheries, and a bottom bonding agent layer for joining the pod container to the object.
"While we have the utmost confidence in the design of the XMP trigger, we are undertaking this recall in the interest of customer safety, to remove any potential excess bonding agent applied in the assembly process.
toxins in another branch of the project, the researchers found their bonding agent experiment meant the mice became protected from the toxins more quickly than with the binding agents alone, and the development of kidney problems ceased when the clearance was promoted.
One of the basic concepts behind the self-etching primer approach is that tooth structure demineralisation and bonding agent diffusion happens at the same time and to the same depth.
After this a bonding agent is added, then the EVOH layer, and then another bonding agent, and finally the PEX-B layer.
In case the occlusal surface presents unwanted cavities, or pits and fissures, bonding agent (resin) is applied (without acid upon the enamel) in order to create a more favorable occlusal anatomy (fig.
It combines surface restoration and a surface bonding agent to restore kitchens and bathrooms without the cost and inconvenience of complete replacements.
EVA film becomes transparent and colorless when heated, while its waterproof nature makes it an ideal bonding agent for solar modules used outdoors.
The bonding agent is totally transparent (as in dual-layer DVD video discs).
Header plates that encase the tops and bottoms of the brass tubes that form the structure of each heat exchanger are sprayed with a slurry that acts as a bonding agent in the brazing process.