Charles William, 1854–1914, U.S. businessman: developed breakfast foods.
Emily Price, 1873?–1960, U.S. writer on social etiquette.
George Browne, 1837–1913, U.S. architect.
Wiley, 1899–1935, U.S. aviator.
[e-pok-si-dey-shuh n, ih-pok-] /ɛˌpɒk sɪˈdeɪ ʃən, ɪˌpɒk-/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a reaction that yields an .
[e-pok-sahyd, ih-pok-] /ɛˈpɒk saɪd, ɪˈpɒk-/ noun, Chemistry. 1. an organic chemical that contains a group consisting of an oxygen atom bound to two already connected atoms, usually carbon (epoxy group) Compare (def 2). /ɪˈpɒksaɪd/ noun 1. epoxide (ě-pŏk’sīd) A ring-shaped compound consisting of an oxygen atom bonded to two other atoms, usually of carbon, that […]
[e-pok-si-dahyz, ih-pok-] /ɛˈpɒk sɪˌdaɪz, ɪˈpɒk-/ verb (used with object), epoxidized, epoxidizing. Chemistry. 1. to change (a chemical compound) into an epoxide.
[ih-pok-see, ih-pok-] /ɪˈpɒk si, ɪˈpɒk-/ Chemistry adjective 1. having the structure of an epoxide. noun, plural epoxies. 2. Also called epoxy resin. any of a class of resins derived by polymerization from epoxides: used chiefly in adhesives, coatings, electrical insulation, solder mix, and castings. verb (used with object), epoxied, epoxying. 3. to bond (two materials) […]