Results for: Thermoplastic

What is thermoplastic?

Thermoplastic is a polymer that can remelted and remolded many times. . Thermoplastic is a polymer resin based plastic that softens/melts when heated. . Thermoset-plastic i (MORE)
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What is thermoplastic made of?

What thermoplastic is: Thermoplastic is a pavement marking that has been used in the U.S. since 1958 with continuing good results. A mixture of glass beads, binder, pigment (MORE)

Is PVA thermoplastic?

Strictly speaking, yes, PVA (polyvinyl alcohol) is thermoplastic. It is in its natural state however exceedingly difficult to process via conventional means (say, injection mo (MORE)
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Is starch a thermoplastic?

Native starch is not a thermoplastic. It is a semi-crystalline material and, when heated on its own, degrades before reaching the glass transition temperature. WHen starch (MORE)

What has thermoplastic in it?

Thermoplastic has many applications, including consumer goods, machine parts, medical equipment and packaging and storage materials. . Acrylic . Acrylic, a polymer called (MORE)
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Is wool thermoplastic?

No. Wool is not a thermoplastic fiber because when exposed to heat, it does not melt and change.