epoxy resin


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  • noun a thermosetting resin based on ethylene oxide or similar materials or derivatives, used in adhesives, fillers, and primers and other finishes


  • A material containing an average of more than one epoxy group per molecule used in the preparation of special coatings or adhesives for concrete and as binders in epoxy resin mortars and concrete.


  • A class of polymers that are thermosetting, and which feature toughness, chemical resistance, and low expansion. Used, for instance, as an adhesive, or for protective coatings.