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epoxy meaning

Synonyms of "epoxy""epoxy" in a sentence
  • Noun: epoxy  e'póksee
    1. A thermosetting resin; used chiefly in strong adhesives and coatings and laminates
      - epoxy resin, epoxy glue
    Verb: epoxy  e'póksee
    1. Glue with epoxy
      "epoxy the shards"

    Derived forms: epoxying, epoxies, epoxied

    Type of: glue, paste, synthetic resin

    Part of: adhesive, adhesive agent, adhesive material

    Encyclopedia: Epoxy

  • [Architecture]

    A class of synthetic, thermosetting resins which produce tough, hard, chemical-resistant coatings and excellent adhesives.

  • [Medicine]
    adj : containing oxygen attached to two different atoms already united in some other way; specif : containing a 3-membered ring consisting of one oxygen and two carbon atoms
  • epoxy structures can be similarly identified.
  • The excess epoxy forms the "compatibility layer".
  • Two moles of epoxy react with one mole of a-1100.
  • Volatiles should not be added to the epoxies to improve their viscosity.
  • A modest clamping pressure is recommended for the epoxies during the cure period.
  • epoxy structures can be similarly identified, provided they are not fully alkylagted.
  • The specimens were made from two glass arms joined with a 0.005-in. layer of epoxy adhesive.
  • The box girders were to be precast units, bonded together in place at the joints with an epoxy resin.
  • Such thermosetting resins as phenol-formaldehyde resins, ployester resins, and epoxy resins do not belong to this classification.
  • Polybutadienes, epoxy resins, and similar polymers may be used while they are in the viscous or liquid state of prepolymerization.
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