effective bond

effective bond

A bond in brickwork which is completed at the ends with a 2½-in. (5-cm) closer.
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2-4 To increase the life-span and strength of the acrylic dentures, an effective bond strength between the acrylic teeth and the denture base is mandatory.
Slade needs to make a choice and stick to it if he wants to establish an effective bond at the centre of his defence.
Nick Nyamambi, IDBZ projects coordinator for the infrastructure projects division, said with highly liquid state bonds as a precursor for other private industry bonds, it was important for regional players to encourage the growth of an effective bond market.
Al-Balooshi and his team have established an effective bond, and it is starting to pay dividends.
Besides choosing their clients carefully, effective bond agents also have to do a fair amount of babysitting, checking up on their charges on a regular basis and even making wake up calls on the defendant's court day.
Pre-cured sealants are commonly used in butt joint applications where the joint depth is not adequate for standard sealants to achieve an effective bond.
And he has a back row of Jon Russell, James Hynes and Jason Mellors with whom he has struck an effective bond.
This decrease may be caused by excess filler material that segregates to the substrate surface lowering the effective bond area between the adherend and polymeric adhesive.
In addition, pH-sensitive elements that will allow an effective bond to the enzyme in the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) will be inserted, forcing the correct folding and providing the traffic to the Golgi apparatus, and at the same time the dissociation of the enzyme:chaperone complex in the lysosome, and thus favouring the rescue of the mutant proteins that cause the disease and the processing of the substrate.
As a result, sponsors enjoy a unique and highly effective bond with the network's pop culture savvy fan base.
Due to the relatively low viscosity or high MFR of most commercial hot melts, air volumes of these magnitudes spin the hot melt material into fibers that are much too small to provide an effective bond or lamination.

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