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 (sī′ə-nō-ăk′rə-lāt′, sī-ăn′ō-)
An adhesive substance with an acrylate base that is used in industry and medicine.


(Elements & Compounds) a substance with an acrylate base, usually sold in the form of a quick-setting highly adhesive glue


(ˌsaɪ ə noʊˈæk rəˌleɪt, -lɪt, saɪˌæn oʊ-)
any of several colorless liquid acrylate monomers used as a powerful, fast-acting adhesive.
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Most hub-to-cannula designs today are said to use epoxies, cyanoacrylates or light-cure adhesives to ensure a high strength, permanent bond.
Cyanoacrylates are one-part, room-temperature-curing adhesives.
The systems discussed here include cyanoacrylates and methylene malonates.
2003) studied the irritating potential of 2-ethyl-cyanoacrylate, 2-methyl-cyanoacrylate, 2-isopropyl-cyanoacrylate and 2-metoxiethyl-2-cyanoacrylate based on the strong irritating odor as well as the lacrimogenic effect of the cyanoacrylates during polymerization.
But he abandoned these cyanoacrylates as unsuitable for his most pressing need and only revisited their usefulness when working on a jet canopy project in 1951.
He covers unsaturated polyester resins, poly(urethane)s, epoxy resins, phenol/formaldehyde resins, urea/formaldehyde resins, melamine resins, furan resins, silicones, acrylic resins, cyanate ester resins, bismaleimide resins, terpene resins, cyanoacrylates, benzocyclobutene resins, reactive extrusion, compatibilization, rheological control, grafting, acrylic dental fillers, and toners.
Cyanoacrylates have been used in health care for same time to repair tissue.
Almost by accident, he had invented cyanoacrylates, which were to become known more widely to consumers as superglues.
On display will be examples from the Intertronics range of ISO 10993 and USP Class VI adhesives which include DYMAX UV curing products and cyanoacrylates plus Opti-tec and Polytec epoxies.
ADHEZION Biomedical's topical skin adhesive SurgiSeal features a greater breaking strength and broader use in clinical applications than existing n-butyl cyanoacrylates.
Coover is best known for his invention of cyanoacrylates, later marketed as "super glue.
Cyanoacrylates and two-part epoxies work well to install inserts into carbon arrows, but bonds aren't reversible.