Bond

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Bond, bonds, bonded, or bonding may refer to:

Arts, entertainment and media[edit]

Books[edit]

Films[edit]

  • The Bond, a 1918 film by Charlie Chaplin supporting Liberty bonds

James Bond[edit]

Music[edit]

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Brands and enterprises[edit]

Bond[edit]

Bonds[edit]

  • Bonds (clothing), Australian clothing company
  • Bonds, formerly the name of a department store in Chelmsford, Essex, now called Debenhams Chelmsford
  • Bonds, formerly the name of a department store in Norwich, England, now called John Lewis Norwich

Education[edit]

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Manufacturing, construction and electronics[edit]

  • Bond, the manner in which the bricks overlap as they are laid in brickwork
  • Bond paper, a high quality durable writing paper
  • Bond store, another name for bonded warehouse, where alcohol may be held without tax under strict conditions
  • Bonded leather (or reconstituted leather)
  • Bottled in bond, referring to a type of American whiskey
  • "Bonding", may refer to a method for creating electric interconnects:
    • Ball bonding, a method very similar to wire bonding
    • Chip bonding, method of wiring some chips (also from different manufactures) together on die an integrated circuit
    • Wire bonding, a method of making interconnections between a microchip and the outside world as part of semiconductor device fabrication
  • Channel bonding (or modem bonding), an arrangement in which two or more network interfaces on a host computer are combined
  • Electrical bonding, practice of connecting all metal objects in a room to protect from electric shock

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Extra-terrestrial[edit]

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Antarctica[edit]

Australia[edit]

Canada[edit]

England[edit]

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Science[edit]

Biology and psychology[edit]

Physical science[edit]

  • Bond albedo, a measure of the electromagnetic radiation reflected from an astronomical body
  • Bond fluctuation model, a lattice model for simulating the conformation and dynamics of polymer systems
  • Bond graph, a graphical description of a physical dynamic system
  • Bond number, in fluid mechanics, a dimensionless number expressing the ratio of gravitational forces to surface tension forces
  • Chemical bond, the physical phenomenon of chemical substances being held together by attraction of atoms

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