cross-linkage


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Noun1.cross-linkage - a side bond that links two adjacent chains of atoms in a complex molecule
bond, chemical bond - an electrical force linking atoms
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During the process of synthesis of tannin-furanic foams, a great number of cross-linkage occurs.
According to the scientist chief staff of Creative Biomart, they provide four different kinds of ways to for the immobilization of enzyme, which are: affinity-tag binding, adsorption on glass, alginate beads or matrix, entrapment and cross-linkage.
By extending the mixing periods at reduced temperatures a significant increase of the compounding rate is achieved in the tread surface area and a significantly more targeted cross-linkage between the carbon black and rubber molecules.
NICE guidance on Photochemical corneal collagen cross-linkage using riboflavin and ultraviolet A for keratoconus.
The accessibility and flexibility of today's various electronic publishing channels can enhance the cross-linkage and provision of articles to a much wider audience, improving the community impact of content;
The cross-linkage of the additive with the binding agent occurs throughout the whole product.
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The effect of ultrasound on the healing of repaired cockerel tendon: Is collagen cross-linkage a factor?
The denominator implies the contribution of all cross-linkage during the whole reaction to the change of G', and the numerator implies the contribution of formed cross-linkage before time t to the change of G'.
On the other hand, some higher Tg materials exhibited low weight loss; the high cross-linkage chemistry of the dielectric resin required some process refinement to reach an acceptable level of weight loss.
This sequence contains the lysine residue that participates in the intermolecular cross-linkage of the collagen triple chains.
Cross-linkage to local clinical endpoints and national registries: