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  1. Liquid hydrogen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Liquid hydrogen (LH2 or LH 2) is the liquid state of the element hydrogen. Hydrogen is found naturally in the molecular H 2 form. To exist as a liquid, H 2 must be ...
  2. Polymer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    These strong hydrogen bonds, for example, result in the high tensile strength and melting point of polymers containing urethane or urea linkages.
  3. hydrogen peroxide | chemical compound | Britannica.com

    With certain organic compounds, hydrogen peroxide reacts to form hydroperoxides or peroxides, several of which are used to initiate polymerization reactions.
  4. Effect of hydrogen peroxide on the three-dimensional polymer ...

    Less data are available about the effects of hydrogen peroxide on the three-dimensional polymer network of polymerized composites. Therefore the study was perfo
  5. Magnetic Properties of Polymerized Fullerene Doped with ...

    Magnetic Properties of Polymerized Fullerene Doped with Hydrogen, Fluorine and Oxygen. ... Magnetic properties of polymerized C60: The influence of defects and hydrogen.
  6. Polymerization Model for Hydrogen Peroxide Initiated ...

    Official Full-Text Publication: Polymerization Model for Hydrogen Peroxide Initiated Synthesis of Polypyrrole Nanoparticles on ResearchGate, the professional network ...
  7. hydrocarbon | chemical compound | Britannica.com

    hydrocarbon, carbon: hydrocarbons any of a class of organic chemical compounds composed only of the elements carbon (C) and hydrogen (H). The carbon atoms join ...
  8. The hydrolysis and polymerization of hydrogen cyanide in ...

    Solutions of hydrogen cyanide were heated in the presence of ammonia, ammonia and carbon dioxide, and ammonia and hydrogen sulphide, to temperatures between 60° and ...
  9. Magnetic properties of polymerized C : The influence of ...

    Magnetic properties of polymerized C60: The influence of defects and hydrogen J. A. Chan,1 B. Montanari,1,2 J. D. Gale,3 S. M. Bennington,2 J. W. Taylor,2 and N. M ...
  10. Hydrogen Cyanide Emergency Response Card (NIOSH)

    Indoor Air: Hydrogen cyanide (AC) can be released into indoor air as a liquid spray (aerosol) or as a gas. Water: Hydrogen cyanide (AC) can be used to ...