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epoxy

Chem
1. of, consisting of, or containing an oxygen atom joined to two different groups that are themselves joined to other groups
2. short for epoxy resin

epoxy

, epoxide resin
any of various tough resistant thermosetting synthetic resins containing epoxy groups: used in surface coatings, laminates, and adhesives
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Epoxy

A plastic material that can be used as a filler to replace missing building components.
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epoxy

A class of synthetic, thermosetting resins which produce tough, hard, chemical-resistant coatings and excellent adhesives.
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Generally, mechanical properties of cured epoxies depend on their network structure and crosslink density.
Dynamis offers a complete line of epoxies ranging from adhesives, coatings, paint, resins, sealers and compounds from the automobile industry to the marine, electrical or construction industry.
Toughening of epoxy using engineering thermoplastics has attracted much attention because thermoplastics-toughened epoxies generally do not show a significant decrease in their other desired properties.
This project was intended to be a preliminary evaluation of two-part epoxies using a variety of instrumental techniques.
The water-based epoxies also have two parts that you mix just before application.
Some conductive epoxies take 30 to 90 minutes to cure, but snap-cure adhesives can cure in a few minutes.
In this paper, the performance of acrylated epoxies including Bisphenol-A epoxies, fatty acid modified Bisphenol-A epoxies, and other Bisphenol-A modifications will be examined and compared.
A number of other resins can be used as the base for powder coatings, but epoxies predominate, either alone or in hybrid systems based on a mix of epoxy and TGIC (triglycidyl isocyanurate) polyester.
New sugar-based epoxies should provide a supplemental boost for ailing sugar industries in Hawaii, Florida, Texas and Louisiana.
Protal 7000 epoxies are 100% solids and solvent free rendering them VOC free and environmentally responsible.
Epoxies offer high chemical resistance to gasolines and oils, acids, and alkaline solutions.