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what is the main difference between polyethylene and polyesters what is the main difference between polyethylene and polyesters

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Polyethylene terephthalate is a polyester.

No, PE is an abbreviation for polyethylene. The abbreviation for polyester (polyethylene terephthalate) is PET.

Polyester refers to a material properly called polyethylene terephthalate.

the difference is in the backbone... if the backbone is unsaturated then it is an unsaturated polyester, if the backbone is saturated then it is a saturated polyester...

Polyester is polyethylene therephthalate. It's molecular formula is (C10H8O4)n

linear LOW Density PolyEthylene HIGH Density PolyEthylene

Yes, terylene is a polyester made from many monomers

Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) fits the definition of a polyester so the name is redundant. I think PETP is simply an old abbreviation for PET.

The main difference between polyester staple fiber yarn and polyester filament yarn is that polyester staple fiber yarn is made up of chemicals. Polyester filament yarn contains both man-made and natural fibers.

Polyester is a type of polymer called polyethylene terephthalate (PET). There are actually many different polyesters.

Thr answer is They dont Have the Same sPelling

HDPE is High Density Polyethylene and HMHDPE is High molecular weight High density polyethylene

Mylar is a polyester film made from stretched polyethylene terephthalate.

Wool is a natural fibre grown by animals as fleece; polyester is fabricated from petroleum.

they are the same but just with different ways of saying it.

where the cotton percentage is more than 50% in the yarn (cotton polyester) than it is termed as cotton polyester and where the polyester percentage is more than 50% in the yarn ( polyester cotton) it is termed as polyester cotton.

PET (polyethylene terephthalate) is another name for polyester.

Mosquito nets may be made from cotton, polyethylene, polyester, or nylon..

Polyethene (polyethylene) is the polymer of the monomer ethene (ethylene) - C2H4. Polypropene (polypropylene) is the polymer of the monomer propene (propylene) - C3H6.

Polyethylene terephthalate, commonly abbreviated to PETE or PET is a resin of the polyester family and used in synthetic fibres, food, beverage and other liquid containers.

They mean the same thing. They are both short forms for Polyethylene Terephthalate.

Polypropylene is stronger that polyethylene. High resistance to environment. Have higher melting point. The chemical reason is that polypropylene have triple bond carbon. However, polyethylene have only double carbon bonded to each other.

Polyester is a polymer chain of Ester monomer and BOPP is a Polymer chain of Propylene monomer. Harit Singhvi

This guide will explain the difference between cotton filled and polyester filled bedding sets. Cotton filled quilts are typically more expensive because of the added skill required in making the quilts. 100% cotton quilts are normally heavier than polyester filled quilts because polyester is a less dense fiber. Because of the lighter weight, polyester has more "holes" with which to retain heat. For this reason, polyester quilts are lighter and can be warmer than 100% cotton quilts.


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