Trapping

Trapping may refer to:

  • Animal trapping, the remote capture of animals
  • Trapping (martial arts), a fighting technique and range
  • Trap (printing), a color management technique
  • Mantrap, a security device
  • Trapping (basketball), a basketball defense technique against pick and rolls
  • Trapping (drug dealing), a slang term denoting the act of selling illegal drugs.
  • Trapping (transgender), presenting oneself as being of the opposite gender in the hopes of causing heterosexual individuals to experience homosexual attraction
  • Horse trapping

Other articles related to "trapping":

Charge Trap Flash - Charge Trapping Operation - Removing A Charge From The Charge Trapping Layer
... Charge trapping flash is erased via hot hole injection (See Hot-carrier injection) as opposed to the Fowler-Nordheim Tunneling approach used in both NAND and NOR flash for erasure ... current used in FN, to move holes toward the charge trapping layer to remove the charge ...
Sulfene - Preparation
... chloride from methanesulfonyl chloride using triethylamine in the presence of an enamine as trapping agent ... can intercept the sulfene to form complexes, which may display reduced activity in trapping reactions compared to sulfene itself ... chloride with cesium fluoride in the presence of trapping agents ...
Beevers - Commercial Uses - Trapping
... Widespread hunting and trapping of beavers led to their endangerment ... the fur trade declined due to decreasing demand in Europe and the takeover of trapping grounds to support the growing agriculture sector ... A small resurgence in beaver trapping has occurred in some areas where there is an over-population of beaver trapping is done when the fur is of value, and the remainder of the animal may be used ...
Spin Trapping
... Spin trapping in chemistry is an analytical technique employed in the detection and identification of short-lived free radicals ... Spin trapping involves the addition of radical to a nitrone spin trap resulting in the formation of a spin adduct, a nitroxide-based persistent radical. 5-Diisopropoxyphosphoryl-5-methyl-1-pyrroline-N-oxide (DIPPMPO) spin trapping has been used in measuring superoxide production in mitochondria ...