Bond

A chemical link between two atoms. In an ionic bond the attraction is between opposite charges on two neighbouring ions. In a covalent bond the two atoms share a pair of electrons.

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Bond

A basic paper, often used for copying or laser printers. The better quality bond papers, with higher rag content, can be used for letterheads.

Bond

Bonds are debt and are issued for a period of more than one year. The U.S. government, local governments, water districts, companies and many other types of institutions sell bonds. When an investor buys bonds, he or she is lending money. The seller of the bond agrees to repay the principal amount of the loan at a specified time. Interest-bearing b...
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Bond

An attachment that an individual human or animal forms to another.
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Bond

Interest bearing securities which entitle the holder to interest during their life and repayment of the loan at maturity. They can be issued by companies or governments. Not to be confused with an Investment Bond.
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Bond

A long-term debt instrument issued by a corporation or government
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Bond

arrangement of bricks in courses
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Bond

Insurance cover needed by a person who acts as an insolvency practitioner.
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Bond

A bond is a security issued by a government, local authority or company. Variations include fixed interest, variable interest, short term, long term, secured, unsecured and there are many more.
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Bond

Insurance cover needed by a person who acts as an insolvency practitioner.
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Bond

A written promise to repay a debt at an agreed time and to pay an agreed rate of interest - issued by governments, companies, banks etc. Interest rates may be variable or fixed.
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Bond

The generic name for a tradable loan security issued by governments and companies as a means of ... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/bond.htm?id=161&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of bond'>more</a>
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In commerce, a security issued by a government, local authority, company, bank, or other institution on fixed interest. Usually a long-term security, a bond may be irredeemable (with no date of...
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Bond

Arrangement of bricks to ensure stability of brickwork
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Bond

An arrangement of bricks to ensure stability of brickwork.
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There is a chemical bond between two atoms or groups of atoms in case that the forces acting between them are such as to lead to the formation of an aggregate with sufficient stability to make it convenient for the chemist to consider it as an independent 'molecular species'. In the context of this Glossary, the term refers usually to the covalent ...
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Bond

the form of linkage between the individual atoms in a a molecule.
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Bond

an area within the manufacturing plant which is secured to prevent the theft of materials that have not been tax paid.
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Bond

A force which holds together two atoms, two ions, two molecules, or a combination of these.
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Bond

A chemical link between two atoms. In an ionic bond the attraction is between opposite charges on two neighbouring ions. In a covalent bond the two atoms share a pair of electrons.
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A bond is technically a certificate of debt issued by a government or company in return for a loan from an investor. Bonds are sometimes known as fixed interest securities, as they often have a fixed rate of interest and a predetermined repayment date. Examples include gilt-edged securities, or 'gilts', which are issued by the UK government, and co...
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Bond

This represents the state of adhesion between the coating and the substrate. It's strength will depend on the details of the spraying process and the materials used. Bonding mechanisms may be mechanical, physical or metallurgical or a combination of these.
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Bond

The adhesion of a pressure-sensitive adhesive tape to the surface to which it has been applied.
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bond

A chemical link between atoms
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