3 edition of Elsevier"s Dictionary of Plastics and Polymers found in the catalog.
August 1, 2002
by Elsevier Science
Written in English
|Contributions||S. Kovacheva (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||764|
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What Are Plastics? Plastics are semi-organic materials that come from oil or petroleum. They are routinely labeled as polymers, as they are comprised of polymers. Plastics are produced by condensation and addition polymerization reactions. They are classified either as thermosetting polymers or thermoplastic polymers. Thermosetting polymers solidify into a permanent design Location: N. Industrial Ave, Osborne, , KS. Plastic - Plastic - The processing and fabrication of plastics: The processing of raw materials into usable forms is termed fabrication or conversion. An example from the plastics industry would be the conversion of plastic pellets into films or the conversion of films into food containers. In this section the mixing, forming, finishing, and fibre reinforcing of plastics are described in turn.
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