What is thermoplastic used for?
Thermoplastic is used for making the coating of a plug socket.
Acrylic is a thermoplastic and is used to make baths.
thermoplastic is used in chemistry ,technology and school subject etc.
thermoplastic is used for all sorts of technical things such as computers, televisions and plug sockets.
hips is a thermoplastic
Teflon is a thermoplastic.
Thermoplastic is special for its plastic
In thermoplastic polyurethanes , phase separation dose not exist but in thermoplastic elastomer polyurethanes phase separation has occured .
Yes, acetate was the first thermoplastic.
It's a thermoplastic
Alexander Parkes discovered thermoplastic.
Epoxy resin is available as a thermoplastic - but it is rare. Epoxy resins are classed as THERMOSET polymers - not thermoplastic.
it is used for straws
Yes, nylon is a thermoplastic. The FTC defines nylon as "a synthetic long-chain thermoplastic polyamide fiber..."
Yes, Poly Vinyl Carbonate is a thermoplastic.
Thermoplastic is a term that refers to a substance turning into plastic when exposed to extreme temperatures. This would make Styrofoam thermoplastic.
See the link bellow for a long list of thermoplastic materials.
Thermoplastic has many uses. It can be used to create toys like LEGOs, sports equipment, CDs, storage containers for food, and much more.
Acrylic is Thermoplastic because it can be remolded into different shapes
Polythene, or Polyethylene, is a thermoplastic. Please see related link.
No. Wool is not a thermoplastic fiber because when exposed to heat, it does not melt and change.
Polystyrene is a good insulator just like thermoplastic there for you could use either polystyrene or thermoplastic to make ear defenders.
Polypropylene is a thermoplastic polymer used in many applications..
Yes. The Rubik's Cube is made of ABS plastic, a common thermoplastic.
Polyesters are a group of organic polymers that contain the ester functional group in their main chain. Polyesters can be either thermoplastic or thermoset, depending on the rest of their structure, but the most common polyesters are thermoplastic.
Wikipedia has an whole article on the topic thermoplastic extrusion. Thermoplastic extrusion is a high volume manufacturing process in which raw plastic material is melted and formed into a continuous profile.
A type of thermoplastic which were used in World War 2 for airplane cockpits
because it does
Polyethylene is a thermoplastic polymer consisting of long chains produced by combing the ingredient monomer ethylene.
the difference between thermosetting plastic and thermoplastic is thermosetting plastic is a plastic that can irreversibly cures the cure may be through heat) and thermoplastic is a type of plastic that can be vacuum formed. hope this helps you :)
i think its a thermoplastic I'm not too shore but when its heated it melts so yeah i guess so :)
kettles and other plastic things that heat up but dont melt
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 and filler materials, thermoplastic, as its name suggests, becomes liquid when heated. What each ingredient in the mixture does: The pigment supplies the color, white or yellow, to the thermoplastic. Glass beads, in conjunction with the pigment, give the material the retro- reflectivity necessary for its bright… Read More
If it has the recycled number on the bottom (probably code 2 HDPE) it is definately thermoplastic. One characterisitics of thermoplastics is that they can melt and be remoulded whereas thermosetting plastics can not (they will char). Therefore, it logically follows that if it can be recycled it will be a thermoplastic polymer.
Thermoplastic olefin is a plastic that helps absorb the energy from a crash or bump. And when you crash into something that is also made of thermoplastic olefin, it will bump back to you which will cause different forces. Like in Newtons first and third law of motion
They melt when they are heated
Polythene and PVC
yes of course it can
it is a thermoset!