Epoxy

A plastic coating applied to the surface of metal which may look like enameling.
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epoxy

[n] - a thermosetting resin 2. [v] - glue with epoxy
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Epoxy

A resin based on polymerised Bisphenol A containing epoxide groups.
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epoxy

Epoxy or polyepoxide is a thermosetting epoxide polymer that cures when mixed with a catalyzing agent or 'hardener'. If you want a more exact definition than that, please look elsewhere as it starts to get technical really quickly. From a terrain making point of view we're generally talking about epoxy glue, putty, or resin.
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epoxy

Resin formed by the reaction of bisphenol and epichlorohydrin.
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Epoxy

A shortened name for a class of synthetic resins
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Epoxy

Thermoset polymer containing one or more epoxide groups, curable by reaction with amines or other compounds.
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epoxy

Chemical term describing an oxygen atom bound to two linked carbon atoms Generally, any cyclic ether, but commonly applied to a 3-membered ring; specifically, a three-membered ring is an oxirane, a four-membered ring is an oxetane, a five-membered ring is an oxolane, and a six membered ring is an oxane; oxiranes are commonly produced from peracids
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epoxy

epoxy resin noun a thermosetting resin; used chiefly in strong adhesives and coatings and laminates
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epoxy

verb glue with epoxy; `epoxy the shards`
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epoxy

(ә-pokĀ“se) epoxide. epoxy resin.
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Epoxy

Extremely tough and durable synthetic resin used in some coatings. Epoxy coatings are extremely tough, durable and highly resistant to chemicals, abrasion, moisture and alcohol.
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epoxy

Type: Term Pronunciation: ē-pok′sē Definitions: 1. Chemical term describing an oxygen atom bound to two linked carbon atoms Generally, any cyclic ether, but commonly applied to a three-membered ring; specifically, a three-membered ring is an oxirane, a four-membered ring is an oxetane, a five-membered ring is an oxolane, and a six-m
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EPOXY

Clear finish having excellent adhesion qualities; extremely abrasion and chemical resistant. Epoxies are alcohol proof and very water-resistant.
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EPOXY

Clear finish having excellent adhesion qualities; extremely abrasion and chemical resistant. Epoxies are alcohol proof and very water-resistant.
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Epoxy

A 2-part adhesive system consisting of resin and hardener. It does not start to harden until the elements are mixed together. NOT compatible with FiberglasĀ® Resin.
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Epoxy

A shortened name for a class of synthetic resins
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Epoxy

Epoxy is the cured end product of epoxy resins, as well as a colloquial name for the epoxide functional group. Epoxy is also a common name for a type of strong adhesive used for sticking things together and covering surfaces, typically two resins that need to be mixed together before use. Epoxy resins, also known as polyepoxides are a class of rea
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Epoxy

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

Clear finish having excellent adhesion qualities; extremely abrasion and chemical resistant. Epoxies
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