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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

Epoxy

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

epoxy

A class of synthetic, thermosetting resins which produce tough, hard, chemical-resistant coatings and excellent adhesives.
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At Epoxy, working extra hard is what we do," Gasparine stated.
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2]) oxide nanoparticle based epoxy composites [19-22], up to the best of our knowledge nobody reported the use of cuprous([Cu.
With several electronics companies shifting their production facilities from Japan to China, the demand for epoxy resins in China is projected to increase significantly during the forecast period.
dba Dynamis - Epoxy manufacturer based in Florida for over 50 years, Dc Dynamis is recognized worldwide for its industrial epoxy coatings, adhesive and custom formulation resin.
Jason Ahmad, Epoxy Chief Product Officer added, "People are watching video in more places and on more devices than ever before.
A thin, protective coating of a nontoxic, chemical-resistant epoxy is applied to the interior of existing pipes, sealing any holes and covering corroded areas.
We considered both sides of the assembly with Sn63/Pb37, applied conductive epoxy to the pads for the shock sensor, mounted the component and cured the assembly in a box oven at 80[degrees]C for about 30 minutes.
The thermal performance in this direction is significantly better for specimen #4A than for specimen #3A, which indicates that there is probably some damage to the epoxy matrix but not to the fibers in specimen #3A.
In contrast, tensile properties are reduced slightly with the addition of low-molecular-weight PEG into epoxy matrix.