Results for: Polystyrene

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What is polystyrene?

It is a paintable plastic. I only know because I make (buildings) and some of the windows are made from that.          Polystyrene is a polymer made from monomer (MORE)

What is the mass of polystyrene?

  The mass of polystyrene is easily estimated looking at its mass spectrum.   The spectrum has the shape of a comb with a large number of teeth.   Teeth are equally (MORE)

Is polystyrene a conductor?

  polystyrene along with other porous (objects which have a lot of air in them) such as Styrofoam water, wood and other materials are insulators, not conductors.

Who invented polystyrene?

Polystyrene has a long history of evolution behind it. In 1839, a German apothecary called Eduard Simon discovered polystyrene. Eduard Simon isolated the substance from natura (MORE)
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What can you do with polystyrene?

Polystyrene can be used in various industries like Polystyrene Packaging, Construction, Display, Exhibition, Signs, and all areas of the foam industry. Various different items (MORE)

Can you GLUE Polystyrene?

Yes, there are many effective polystyrene glues. All Hobby shops or stores that sell plastic kits sell polystyrene glues. I make many kits and use industrial MEK.
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How is polystyrene processed?

Polystyrene (styrofoam) is extracted from oil. Thousands of small units of styrene, called monomers, link together to form large molecules of polystyrene by a process called p (MORE)