PDMS


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AcronymDefinition
PDMSPolydimethylsiloxane (chemistry)
PDMSPlant Design Management System
PDMSProduction Data Management System (various companies)
PDMSPatient Data Management System
PDMSPeabody Developmental Motor Scale
PDMSPharmaceutical Development & Manufacturing Sciences
PDMSPlasma Desorption Mass Spectrometry
PDMSPoint-Defense Missile System
PDMSPayload Data Management System
PDMSPalm Desert Middle School (California)
PDMSPesticide Document Management System
PDMSProject Data Management System
PDMSPermanent Downhole Monitoring System (well production)
PDMSPenticton and District Multicultural Society (Penticton, British Columbia, Canada)
PDMSPower Distribution and Management System
PDMSPoly Dimethyl Sulfate
PDMSProgram Data and Management System
PDMSProgram Development & Maintenance System
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This paper describes the first demonstration of temperature control and flow sensing of fluids using integrated circuit (IC)-based microheating elements embedded in microchannels molded in polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS).
The effect of the PDMS on provider and patient communication.
Because it is biologically inert, PDMS does not inhibit the microbial activity by which waste water is treated.
The WCA of the bare glass increases from 30[degrees] to 92.6[degrees] after modified with PDMS. The PDMS coating irreversibly changed from hydrophobic to superhydrophilic surface after surface modification and incorporating with solid nanoparticles.
A mixed material, consisting of liquid PDMS pre-polymer solution (Dow Corning SYLGARD 184) and a curing agent in a weight ratio of 10:1, was used for the replication of the polymer lens array device.
In this study, we analyzed the characteristics of the PDMS cured under low pressure and examined whether bovine embryos could develop to blastocyst in a MW plate made of PDMS.
We performed both negative patterning and positive patterning of the polymer using the PDMS molds consisting of pillar arrays and investigated the EC device characteristics according to solvents, solution concentrations, and pattern types.
The PDMS base polymer and curing agent (Sylgard 184) were purchased from Dow Corning.
Polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) was highlighted as an elastomeric component with high thermal expansion coefficient and similar acoustic impedance to tissues [54-57].
Jensen Hughes said PDMS will continue to operate and function as a standalone application and all software updates, technical support, and quality assurance will be the same as before the acquisition.
They embedded two layers of stretchy, poly-dimethysiloxane, or PDMS, film with silver nanowires.