chain bond


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chain bond

[′chān ‚bänd]
(civil engineering)
A masonry bond formed with a chain or bar.

chain bond

A masonry wall bond formed by horizontal metal bars or pieces of lumber built into a wall.
See also: Bond

chain bond

Masonry construction which is bonded together by an embedded iron bar or chain.
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The Ca-O stretching and the vibrations involving the chain bonds and Nb-Nb bonds occur towards the lower wavenumbers of this range.
The idea of using the co-rotating twin screw extruder for rubber devulcanization is based on the following principle: Unlike thermal excitation, which causes a non-selective break of crosslinks and polymer chain bonds, during a mechanical strain the energy is mainly concentrated in crosslink bonds (typically sulfur-sulfur bonds), because of their lower elastic constant (figure 11).
It suggests that the thermal decomposition for NR and nanocomposite is one-step decomposition, which may be primarily initiated by thermal scissions of C-C chain bonds accompanying a transfer of hydrogen at the site of scission.