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    Hi Friends,
    Cross linking refers to the process of linking between two sites. Whether or not they are owned by the same person, cross linking is the process on which the internet is built. It allows users to reference sites with content similar to that which they are already viewing, and may be of further interest to them.


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    1. Cross linking is used to refer the process of linking one site to another site and provide a way to allow the accessing to it.
    2. It provides the users with reference sites that consists the content related to the search.
    3. It doesn’t need to be owned by the same person as it provides the methods that have been built on the Internet.
    4. It serves the purpose to display the page on the search engines using search engine optimization techniques and methods.
    5. The site ranking is calculated on the basis of the relevance of the sites and then it is reflected on the search engine.
    6. It uses SEO tools that provide reciprocal links and inbound links that can be used as our SEO.

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    In chemistry and biology a cross-link is a bond that links one polymer chain to another. These links may take the form of covalent bonds or ionic bonds and the polymers can be either synthetic polymers or natural polymers (such as proteins).

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    Cross linking is used to refer the process of linking one site to another site and provide a way to allow the accessing to it. - It doesn't need to be owned by the same person as it provides the methods that have been be built on the Internet.

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    the process of linking between two sites. Whether or not they are owned by the same person, cross-linking is the process on which the internet is built.

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    Cross-linking of gelatin is the alteration of gelatin such that the shell disintegrates slower and releases the formulation slower as a result. It can come in the form of internal cross-linking which occasionally results when the capsules experience high heat and humidity. The second form is called ‘external cross-linking’ and is due from exposure to an external agent like aldehydes, peroxides and sulfanic acids which chemically alter the gelatin. Even a small amount of aldehydes and peroxides have been found to exist in some commonly used excipients. Often the addition of enzymes to the dissolution media of internally cross-linked gelatin can resolve the issue just as in vivo the natural enzyme content of the gastrointestinal tract would. But externally cross-linked gelatin capsules may become significantly altered and enzyme addition to the dissolution media may not resolve the issue. Here, chemical incompatibility may point to need for an alternative polymer to gelatin. Dissolution studies show that HPMC is not affected by either internal or external cross-linking.

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