ep•ox•yPronunciation: (i-pok'sē, i-pok'-), [key]
—adj., n., pl. -ox•ies.,
—v., -ox•ied, -ox•y•ing.
having the structure of an epoxide.
Also called epox'y res"in.
any of a class of resins derived by polymerization from epoxides: used chiefly in adhesives, coatings, electrical insulation, solder mix, and castings.
to bond (two materials) by means of an epoxy resin.
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