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Rubber is naturally made from the sap of rubber trees.These grow in tropical climates such as Malaysia. We can also make synthetic rubbers, starting with substances from crude oil. Natural rubber has few uses in its untreated state, being a very soft substance. Examples include insulation and adhesives. Most rubber is hardened by the process of vulcanisation which cross links the molecules to make the substance harder. It then has many applications such as vehicle tyres, air hoses and rainwear.
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