peek in

peek in

(on someone or something) to glance quickly into a place to see someone or something. Would you please peek in on the baby?
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peek in(to something)

to steal a quick glimpse into something. Sam peeked into the oven to see what was cooking. Laura opened the oven door and peeked in.
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Oil and gas seals made of PEEK in standard sizes and lengths are normally produced in three well established processes namely, injection molding, extrusion, and hot compression molding (HCM).
Increase in the consumption of PEEK in electronics & electrical and medical applications have been observed in Europe due to continued industrialization and rise in the manufacturing sector of the region.
Germany is the highest revenue generating market for PEEK in Europe.
The loss modulus, G", is the dominant component of viscoelastic response for all grades of PEEK in the melt state, and is strongly correlated with [M.
Indian company Gharda Chemicals launched its own PEEK in the mid-90s and sold the business last year to Solvay, which already had the broadest range of high-performance polymers in the world.
Degussa hopes to achieve cost/performance benefits by using PEEK in multi-material systems and multilayer films.
We re excited about the commercial success of Zeniva PEEK in the spinal fusion market, said Shawn Shorrock, Global Director of Regulatory Affairs for Solvay Specialty Polymers healthcare business.
Japanese manufacturers are adopting PEEK in place of PPS for electrolytic capacitors and miniature rechargeable batteries.
Another growth driver, Jennings says, is surging demand for PEEK in energy-related applications.
Working with Quantum Polymers allows us to offer AvaSpire modified PEEK in a broader range of options than ever before and we're excited to have this new level of performance available to our customers," said Jean-Baptiste Bonnadier, Ultra Polymers Product Manager for Solvay Advanced Polymers.
Cebe and Hong (9) investigated the crystallization behavior of PEEK in both isothermal and nonisothermal conditions.