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- v. To remove a bonding agent such as glue, or to free from such a bonding
- v. To lift a posted bond
Only his sealkey could debond the molecular structure of the blue material forming the square shapes.
The FDC's bond-debond process allows the flexible displays to be processed on rigid substrates so no tool reconfiguration is required, while the fact that OLEDs can be manufactured at close to room temperature makes it an ideal technology for implementation on plastic substrates.
According to Gwyther, conventional screeds such as sand / cement often crack, curl and debond, leading to failure of the final deck coating.
(Reference 8) (ii) Procedure for Ultrasonic inspection of root debond of engine low pressure compressor fan blades (Reference 8) .. (iii) Procedure for the C-SCAN inspection of the engine low pressure compressor fan blades (Reference 8).
I am interested in measuring the adhesive energy (debond energy; Turner et al.,