adhesion

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İngilizce - Türkçe
yapışma
(Diş Hekimliği) 1. iki yüzeyin birbirine yapışması, tutunması. 2. cerrahide: iki ayrı parçanın yeni bir doku bandı ile anormal birleşmesi. 3. Bu birleşmeyi sağlayan doku. 4. Dişhek. de süksiyon tekniği kullanmadan üst total protezin damağa tutunmasını sağlayan kuvvet
yapışkanlık
(İnşaat) tutunma
(Tekstil) adhezyon
(Jeoloji) tutunum
ayrı parçaların birbirine yapışması
birleşme
adhesyon
yapıştırma
(Mühendislik) tutma, adezyon
(Tekstil) yapışma adhezyon
(Mimarlık) yapışma aderans
{i} to -e bağlı kalma, -e sadık kalma, -e uyma
sabit durma
{i} bağlılık
vefa
{i} bağlı olma
(Tıp) Yapışma, iltisak (Serös zarların iltihabi vetireleri sonunda meydana gelir. Operasyonlardan sonra da diğer vücut bölgelerinde de görülebilir), adezyon aderans
(Tıp) Birleşme, birleşme gücü (moleküler hk.)
yapışım
adezyon
adhesion act
(Politika, Siyaset) katılım anlaşması
adhesion test
adezyon testi
adhesion to
-e bağlı kalma
adhesion force
yapışma gücü
adhesion test
adezyon testi, yapisim deneyi
adhesion agent
yapışma gereci
adhesion agent
aderans maddesi
adhesion agent
aderans malzemesi
adhesion coefficient
(Otomotiv) uyum katsayısı
adhesion factor
aderans katsayısı
adhesion force
bağlayıcı kuvvet
adhesion force
(Fizik) adezyon kuvveti
adhesion force
yapışma kuvveti
adhesion force
(Mimarlık) aderans kuvveti
seam adhesion
ütülemek
cohesion-adhesion-tension theory
uyum-yapışma-gerilim teorisi
electrostatic adhesion
elektrostatik yapışma
clause of adhesion
katılım koşulu
clinker adhesion
curuf yapışması
İngilizce - İngilizce
An agreement to adhere
A feeling of attachment (e.g. an infant to its parents)
An abnormal union of surface by the formation of new tissue resulting from an inflammatory process
Persistent attachment or loyalty
The ability of a substance to stick to an unlike substance
the state of being attached or joined
{n} the act of sticking or cleaving to
The molecular force of attraction between unlike materials The strength of attraction is determined by the surface energy of the material The higher the surface energy the greater the molecular attraction, the lower the surface energy the weaker the attractive force
The degree of attachment between a film of a coating material and the substrate with which it is in contact One metod of evaluating this is the CROSS-CUT TEST The latter may refer to another film (intercoat adhesion) or to the substrate material cf Cohesion MORE
The ability of a dry paint film or caulk to remain attached to the surface Adhesion is probably the single most important property of a paint or caulk
faithful support for a religion or cause or political party
Adhesion happens when paint attaches by drying and remains fixed on the surface without blistering, flaking, cracking or being removed by tape Proper adhesion with fabric paints is achieved by heat fixing or addition of a "no heat fixative"
A union of two surfaces that are normally separate
This is a characteristic of a unilateral contract which is offered on a "take it or leave it" basis Most insurance policies are contracts of "adhesion," because the terms are drawn up by the insurer and the insured simply "adheres " For this reason ambiguous provisions are often interpreted by courts in favor of the insured Contrast with Manuscript Policy (G)
(1) the attractive force between adjacent surfaces in a frictional contact; (2) the state in which two surfaces are held together by interfacial forces
the molecular attraction asserted between the surfaces of bodies in contact Compare cohesion
The ability of dry paint to attach to and remain fixed on the surface without blistering, flaking, cracking or being removed by tape
abnormal union of bodily tissues; most common in the abdomen
The force of attraction between different substances, such as glass and water See cohesion
Molecular attraction that holds the surfaces of two substances in contact, such as water and rock particles Also, the attraction of water molecules to other materials as a result of hydrogen bonding
A bond produced between a pressure sensitive adhesive and a surface
The state in which two surfaces are held together by interfacial forces which may consist of valence forces or interlocking action, or both
The property of a lubricant that causes it to cling or adhere to a solid surface
The state in which two surfaces are held together by interfacial forces which may be chemical or mechanical in nature, such as; valence forces or other attractive forces interlocking action or both
The attachment between two surfaces or coatings i e the primer improves the adhesion of the paint to the surface
Fibrous patch holding muscles or other parts together that are normally separated
the force between unlike molecules
Adhesion is the strength of the bond of the coating to the substrate Adhesion can be measured in several ways, such as: Daimler-Benz Adhesion test (see), Scratch Adhesion test (see), Tape test (see), and Stud-pull-off test (see)
a fibrous band of scar tissue that binds together normally separate anatomical structures
That property of a coating or sealant which measures its ability to stick or bond to the surface to which it is applied
the property of sticking together (as of glue and wood) or the joining of surfaces of different composition
A binding force that holds together molecules of substances whose surfaces are in contact or near proximity
The state in which two surfaces are held together by means of interfacial forces
The force of attraction between unlike molecules
being united or attached,a mechanical, chemically, or reactive bond between surfaces causing two surfaces to stick together; (adhesion to a smooth surface may rely on polar adhesion)
The union of parts which are separate in other plants, or in younger states of the same plant
Union of surface, normally separate, by the formation of new tissue resulting from an inflammatory process
{i} act of sticking or adhering to a surface; attachment, devotion; agreement; abnormal growing together of separate body tissues (Medicine)
Agreement to adhere; concurrence; assent
a fibrous band of scar tissue that binds together normally separate anatomical structures abnormal union of bodily tissues; most common in the abdomen
Adhesion is the ability of one thing to stick firmly to another. Better driving equipment will improve track adhesion in slippery conditions
The molecular attraction exerted between bodies in contact
Adherence; steady or firm attachment; fidelity; as, adhesion to error, to a policy
The action of sticking; the state of being attached; intimate union; as, the adhesion of glue, or of parts united by growth, cement, or the like
adhesion contract
one-sided contract
adhesion contract
A contract so imbalanced in favor of one party over the other that there is a strong implication it was not freely bargained Often involves a form contract An adhesion contract theory can gives the opportunity to claim in court that the contract is invalid Topic areas: Accountability and Evaluation, Operations Management and Leadership
adhesion contract
a pre-printed contract that usually favors the presenting party, usually with nonnegotiable terms
adhesion contract
A contract which is very one-sided and favors the party who drafted the document
adhesion contract
A standardized set of agreements offered by one (usually the stronger) party to another on a ``take it or leave it'' basis An insurance policy is an example of such a contract The insurer offers a personal auto policy, for example, that an individual may ``adhere to'' (or not) but in any case the individual may not change any of its terms Because it has the stronger position, the insurance company has the burden to spell out its terms precisely Such contracts are interpreted strictly against the author of the contract Not to be confused with aleatory contract
adhesion contract
Arbitration
adhesion contract
A fine-print consumer form contract which is generally given to consumers at point-of-sale, with no opportunity for negotiation as to it's terms, and which, typically, sets out the terms and conditions of the sale, usually to the advantage of the seller
adhesion contract
a contract that heavily restricts one party while leaving the other free (as some standard form printed contracts); implies inequality in bargaining power
adhesion contract
This is a characteristic of a unilateral contract which is offered on a "take it or leave it" basis Most insurance policies are contracts of "adhesion," because the terms are drawn up by the insurer and the insured simply "adheres " For this reason ambiguous provisions are often interpreted by courts in favor of the insured
adhesion contract
Contract with standard, often printed, terms for sale of goods and services offered to consumers who usually cannot negotiate any of the terms and cannot acquire the product unless they agree to the terms [ITDS]
cell-adhesion molecule
Any of a class of cell-surface proteins, typically glycoproteins, which enable and/or stabilize physical connections between cells or between a cell and an acellular material, such as an extracellular matrix

In order for cells in tissues to function in an integrated manner, specialized junctions consisting of clustered cell-adhesion molecules are essential.

cell-adhesion molecules
plural form of cell-adhesion molecule
adhesions
plural of adhesion
adhesions
abnormal bands of tissue that grow between the joint surfaces, restricting motion
adhesions
Places where tissue grows together in an abnormal way; internal scar tissue
adhesions
abnormal bands of tissue that grow between joint surfaces, restricting motion
cohesion-adhesion-tension theory
theory concerning capillary action
adhesion