Synthetic and green Polymers

 Polymers which made by the human are synthetic and polymers which are made by its own with the help of geographical weather conditions are green polymers. Commonly synthetic polymers are made from petro chemical oils under the research and provision of the engineers and scientists. We can consider nylon, polythene, polyester and Teflon as the best examples for synthetic polymers. Green polymers can also referred as natural polymers. Few examples of natural polymers are silk, wool, proteins and DNA. Natural polymers are produced naturally or they may be derived by the living organism.

 

  • Modulus to weight ratios
  • Toughness
  • Resilience
  • Resistance to corrosion
  • Lack of conductivity
  • Color and transparency
  • Processing and low cost

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