Found 4 Articles for Polymers


Bitopi Kaashyap
Updated on 12-Jan-2023 15:55:36
Introduction The manufacturing process of different types of lightweight and flexible items is improved from before after considering the application of polystyrene. Styrene is the most effective monomer of polystyrene. Another term associated with polystyrene is ethyl benzene. Phenyl ethane and vinyl benzene are two other components in which all integrated precursors are included. Definition: Polystyrene Polystyrene is an important stiff, transparent and hard resin and is produced by the polymerization of styrene. At room temperature, a thermostatic polymer is found in a solid form. At the time of heating the component at a high temperature, polystyrene started ... Read More


Bitopi Kaashyap
Updated on 12-Jan-2023 14:45:12
Introduction Polypropylene is generally produced through a reaction of chain-growth polymerization that involves propylene. The polymer can also be known as a type of polypropylene and sometimes it is represented with the abbreviation form of ‘PP’. This type of polymer is called thermoplastic polymer, and it guides to soften by heating and can be remoulded. Definition: Polypropylene Polypropylene is a particular form of polypropylene and it is used for different ranges of purposes. It is mainly made from monomer propylene through a particular process. This type of plastic refers to the thermoplastic that is crystalline in form and it ... Read More


Bitopi Kaashyap
Updated on 11-Jan-2023 16:48:18
Introduction Polymer compounds are one of the most significant compounds as they are vastly used for various purposes. Polyurethane is an organic polymer commonly used for coatings in products. Polyurethane is used to prepare high-quality paints that offer better durability than traditional pains. It does not melt or boil upon heating. These are thermosetting polymers. Polyurethanes are produced with the linkage of urethane molecules bonds. What is Polyurethane? Polyurethane, also known as PU or PUR is a type of organic polymer created by the linkage of many organic units via urethane molecules. Most of them do not melt by applying ... Read More

Polyurethane Foam

Bitopi Kaashyap
Updated on 11-Jan-2023 16:38:48
Introduction Polymers are generally composed due to the reaction of di or tri-isocyanate with one polyol. Additionally, Polyurethane is another synthetic resin-type varnish. Moreover, there are various applications of the polyurethane foam such as sponges uses for washrooms and kitchens in every household and applied widely in the manufacturing units. Information about Polyurethane Foam Both of the elements, isocyanates and polyols can be used to construct the polyurethanes, on average hold two or more two functional groups of each molecule. In 2002, PUFs has proposed to be employed as the passive samplers in chemistry. In the housing properties, the PUFs ... Read More