Lecture_Notes_112009b

Lecture_Notes_112009b - Polymers Monomer Name Monomer...

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Polymers Thermal insulation, containers Polystyrene Styrene Cooking utensils, electrical insulation Teflon Tetrafluoroehtylene Carpets, fabric Polyacrylonitrile Acrylonitrile Piping, siding, clothing, toys Polyvinyl chloride Vinyl chloride Packaging, carpets, toys Polypropylene Propylene Plastic, piping, bottles. toys Polyethylene Ethylene Uses Polymer Name Monomer Formula Monomer Name
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Polymers Synthetic rubber Styrene-butadiene rubber Butadiene and sytrene Tire tread, coating resin Polybutadiene Butadiene Uses Polymer Name Monomer Formula Monomer Name
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Polymers y “Super glue” contains methyl cyanoacrylate: y Draw the structure of the polymer formed by methyl cyanoacrylate. C H 2 NO O C H 3
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Polymers y Kevlar, used in bulletproof vests, is made by the condensation copolymerization of the monomers: y Draw the structure of a portion of the Kevlar chain. N H 2 NH 2 O OH O O H
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Natural Polymers y Proteins – polymer formed by condensation reactions between amino acids.
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