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LSELondon School of Economics & Political Science (London, England, UK)
LSELease (classifieds)
LSELondon Stock Exchange
LSELoose
LSELondon South East (financial website; UK)
LSELow Self-Esteem
LSELahore School of Economics (Pakistan)
LSELife-Skills Education
LSELife Skills Education (UNICEF)
LSELow Surface Energy (physics)
LSELeast Squares Estimate
LSELoad-Serving Entity
LSELahore Stock Exchange (Pakistan)
LSELocal Search Engine
LSELimited Signature Edition
LSELiga Studentilor Electronisti (Romanian student league)
LSELarge Scale Event (various organizations)
LSELarge Scale Enterprise
LSELife Support Equipment
LSELondon School of English (London, England, UK)
LSELanguage Sensitive Editor
LSELiving Skin Equivalent
LSELead System Engineer
LSELanding Signal Enlisted
LSELife Style Extra (UK)
LSELogistics Support Element
LSELa Crosse, WI, USA - La Crosse Municipal (Airport Code)
LSELeadership Self-Efficacy (management)
LSELogistics Support Equipment
LSELarge-Sized Enterprise (Brussels, Belgium)
LSELaunch Support Equipment
LSELocal Software Economy
LSELincoln Southeast High School (Lincoln, Nebraska)
LSELicensed Structural Engineer
LSELocal Subscriber Environment
LSELaboratory Support Equipment
LSELive Sheep Export
LSELinux Software Encyclopedia
LSELongitudinal Section Electric (mode)
LSELimite Supérieure d'Explosibilité (French: Upper Flammable Limit)
LSELeft Sternal Edge (auscultation of heart sounds)
LSELeast Side-Lobe Energy
LSELand Surface Experiment
LSELog-Spectral-Error
LSELocal Surety Exercise
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The polymer chains are rather flexible which provides good inter-diffusion and entanglement across the interface between the amorphous polyolefin and the low surface energy substrates.
The adhesive composition makes the labels suitable for harsh environments, such as high and low surface energy as well as textured substrates.
Low surface energy is another mess with the addition reaction silicon.
Phase change coatings were prepared by combining PCMs with low surface energy materials, including room temperature vulcanized (RTV) silicone rubber coating and fluorosilicone copolymers.
Part of the problem is low surface energy on the metal side, which also contributes to poor lamination bonding.
This capability can be helpful in identifying medical materials with specific capabilities, such as long-term wear or adherence to low surface energy (LSE) substrates.
Certain plastics, such as hydrocarbons like polyolefins as well as various engineered thermoplastics, inherently have very low surface energy and are non-polar or hydrophobic, resulting in a non-stick surface (also referred to as not "wettable" with respect to coating the surface).
Although icephobic coatings appear to be a viable solution to prevent or reduce ice adhesion, it has been found that low surface energy material and surface roughness can play an important role in the performance of these coatings.
The flexibility of the silicone, together with its low surface energy, ensures that a bond develops between the crosslinked gel and the skin, while at the same time the elasticity allows the adhesive layer to be peeled off easily, leaving no residues.
Stain resistance improvement is due to the low surface energy and poor miscibility of these agents at the interface.