1. Rheological properties of nylon Most of nylon is crystalline resin. When the temperature exceeds its melting point, its melt viscosity is small and the
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1. According to the number of carbon atoms of diamine and dibasic acid, nylon synthesized from two monomers include: PA46, PA66, PA610, PA612, PA1010, etc.;
Plastics are widely used in the automotive industry because of their light weight, good performance, simple manufacturing, corrosion resistance, impact resistance, and relatively large degree
The special properties of nylon make it widely used in automobiles, electronic and electrical equipment, mechanical structures, sports equipment, textiles, etc. However, as the process
PP is commonly known as polypropylene. It is also called “100% glue” because of its good break resistance. PP is a translucent, semi-crystalline thermoplastic with
PE is a crystalline raw material with very little hygroscopicity, no more than 0.01%, so there is no need for drying before processing. PE molecules
Typical applications: water supply pipes, household pipes, house wall panels, commercial machine casings, electronic product packaging, medical equipment, food packaging, etc. Chemical and physical properties:
Typical applications: product packaging, household items (tableware, trays, etc.), electrical (transparent containers, light diffusers, insulating films, etc.). Chemical and physical properties: Most commercial PS is
Glass fiber reinforced plastic is based on the original pure plastic, adding glass fiber and other additives to improve the use range of the material.
In the realm of materials used in electronics and engineering, FR4 and PTFE are two distinct players with diverse properties and applications. Both are highly
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