Bonding

  • (noun): Fastening firmly together.
    Synonyms: soldering
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on bonding:

Laser Bonding
... Laser bonding is a marking technique that uses lasers and other forms of radiant energy to bond an additive marking substance to a wide range of substrates ... Laser bonding has been achieved by NdYAG, CO2 laser, Fiber laser and Diode-pumped solid-state laser and can be made by other forms of radiant energy ... Laser bonding is often referred to as "CerMark', "CerMarked", or "CerMarking" ...
Chemical Bonding Model
... Chemical bonding models are theoretical models used to explain atomic bonding structure, molecular geometry, properties, and reactivity of physical matter ...
Smart Rubber - Synthesis
... to make the smart rubbers is to graft H-bonding moieties onto backbones that are already synthesized. 2-aminoethylimidazolidone (UDETA)which is what helps in the bonding process ... The additional H-bonding units are introduced by grafting urea onto all secondary amines of DETA ...
Sonobond Ultrasonics - Applications
... Some of these applications include Metal welding Textile bonding Plastic bonding Nonwoven bonding Filter assembly Photovoltaic cell assembly Ballistic vests and body armor Battery assembly ...
Chemical Bonding Model - The Major Models
... Valence Bond Theory (VBT) an early bonding theory that has developed into Modern valence bond theory ... Lewis structures are a representation of VBT's most basic bonding while molecular geometry is derived from orbital hybridization ... Molecular Orbital (MO) Theory A current and often applied model of molecular bonding ...

More definitions of "bonding":

  • (noun): A close personal relationship that forms between people (as between husband and wife or parent and child).
  • (noun): (dentistry) a technique for repairing a tooth; resinous material is applied to the surface of the tooth where it adheres to the tooth's enamel.

Famous quotes containing the word bonding:

    At the heart of male bonding is this experience of boys in early puberty: they know they must break free from their mothers and the civilized world of women, but they are not ready yet for the world of men, so they are only at home with other boys, equally outcast, equally frightened, and equally involved in posturing what they believe to be manhood.
    Frank Pittman (20th century)

    Attachment to a baby is a long-term process, not a single, magical moment. The opportunity for bonding at birth may be compared to falling in love—staying in love takes longer and demands more work.
    T. Berry Brazelton (20th century)

    The bottom line on bonding with multiples seems to be that if you see bonding as a static event—a moment in time at which you must have eye contact and skin contact simultaneously with two or more infants—you may indeed be in trouble.
    Pamela Patrick Novotny (20th century)