processibility

processibility

(ˌprəʊsɛsəˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n
a variant spelling of processability
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The most noted dicarboxylic acid-derived polymer is PBS, which exhibits brilliant mechanical capabilities, processibility, and biodegradability [16].
For the extrusion process, processibility of a rubber compound means that the compound can flow easily and the extrudate has dimensional stability (ref.
These polymers differ in their mechanical properties and processibility. Polyphenylene sulfide which is commercially manufactured is segmented into linear and cross linking processes.
Moreover, these materials are attractive due to their low density, flexibility, environmental friendliness and processibility over large coverage areas.
Apart from metallic nanoparticles, several researchers emphasized on polymer based nanoparticles, originating from natural/synthetic resources owing to their relatively easy processibility and immense scope for clinical applications.
Since the processibility of pure fullerene is very challenging and very expensive, this study suggests that natural mineral shungite, as a novel antioxidant, could provide a new therapeutic insight against oxidative- and inflammatory-related diseases.
In this regard, a solution processibility of these devices has significant advantages over inorganic ones that require a high-cost vacuum process.
The composite of PANI with poly vinyl alcohol (PVA) showed easy processibility and proved beneficial for solid state batteries [29].
For example, a fiber which contributes significantly improved strength and durability to a nonwoven, may come at the expense of the uniformity (or even processibility) of the product."
These polymers differ in their mechanical properties and processibility. PPS which is commercially manufactured is segmented into linear and cross linking processes.

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