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POLYUREA

Polyurea is a type of elastomer that is derived from the reaction of an isocyanate and a synthetic resin blend component through step-growth polymerization. The isocyanate can be either aromatic or aliphatic in nature.

POLYURETHANE

Polyurethane is a polymer composed of organic units joined by carbamate links. While most polyurethanes are thermosetting polymers that do not melt when heated.

POLYASPARTIC

Polyaspartic is a hybrid material that resembles polyurethane. It was first developed in the '90s as a coating for steel in bridges and used for its corrosion-resistant properties. 

EPOXY

An epoxy is a thermosetting polymer that possesses unique mechanical and resistance properties. The term epoxy can be used for the cured end product or any of the basic components within epoxy resins.

 

A polymer is a large molecule or a macromolecule which essentially is a combination of many subunits. The term polymer in Greek means ‘many parts’. Polymers can be found all around us. From the strand of our DNA which is a naturally occurring biopolymer to polypropylene which is used throughout the world as plastic.

Polymers may be naturally found in plants and animals (natural polymers) or may be man-made (synthetic polymers). Different polymers have a number of unique physical and chemical properties due to which they find usage in everyday life.

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WHAT ARE POLYMERS?

Polymers are materials made of long, repeating chains of molecules.

WHERE ARE POLYMERS?

Polymers touch almost every aspect of modern life. Chances are most people have been in contact with at least one polymer-containing product — from water bottles to gadgets to tires — in the last five minutes. 

WHAT ARE POLYMERS USED FOR?

The term polymer is often used to describe plastics, which are synthetic polymers. However, natural polymers also exist; rubber and wood, for example, are natural polymers that consist of a simple hydrocarbon, isoprene, according to Encyclopedia Britannica. Proteins are natural polymers made up of amino acids, and nucleic acids (DNA and RNA) are polymers of nucleotides — complex molecules composed of nitrogen-containing bases, sugars and phosphoric acid, for example.

Polymers can be natural or synthetic, but they have one thing in common: they’re composed of a series of repeating units (each known as a monomer) arranged in long chains and bonded together chemically. Most people think of plastics in association with polymers, but they are also found in DNA, proteins, cellulose and rubber. Charles Goodyear created the first synthetic polymer by accident in the 19th century, resulting in vulcanized rubber. Leo Baekeland had success with phenol and formaldehyde in the early 20th century, forming “Bakelite”. These early breakthroughs led to a spate of scientific experiments with polymers and exciting discoveries continue to revolutionize every industry out there from fashion to medicine, automotive and aerospace.

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