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Acrylic Sheets

Acrylic Sheets

  • Casting Acrylic Sheets, extrusion acrylic sheets — production process and advantages & disadvantages

    Casting Acrylic Sheets, extrusion acrylic sheets — production process and advantages & disadvantages

    Casting Acrylic Sheets, extrusion acrylic sheets -- production process and advantages & disadvantages Casting acrylic sheet, just as the name implies is to melt acrylic raw materials at high temperature, placed in the mold casting production. Due to the high quality ...
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  • The Use Of Plexiglass In Medical Treatment

    Plexiglass also has a wonderful use in medicine, which is the manufacture of artificial corneas. If the transparent cornea of the human eye is covered with opaque material, the light cannot enter the eye. This is blindness caused by total corneal leukoplakia, and the disease cannot be treated wit...
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  • Electrical And Physical Properties Of Plexiglass

    Polymethyl methacrylate has less electrical properties than non-polar plastics such as polyolefins and polystyrene due to the polar methyl ester group at the side of the main chain. The polarity of the methyl ester group is not too large, and the polymethyl methacrylate still has good dielectric ...
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  • Chemical Resistance And Solvent Resistance of Plexiglass

    Polymethyl methacrylate has less electrical properties than non-polar plastics such as polyolefins and polystyrene due to the polar methyl ester group at the side of the main chain. The polarity of the methyl ester group is not too large, and the polymethyl methacrylate still has good dielectric ...
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  • Structural Composition Of Plexiglass Lenses

    1. The plexiglass is made of polymethyl methacrylate, and the polymethyl methacrylate contains a polar side methyl group, which has strong hygroscopic property. The water absorption rate generally needs to be kept dry on the acrylic sheet, and the condition required for drying is 78. Dry at °C-80...
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  • The difference between plexiglass and ordinary glass

    Plexiglass character is generally much stronger than ordinary glass. Its density, although half the size of ordinary glass, is not as easy to break as glass. Its transparency is very good, crystal clear, and has a good thermoplasticity. It can be heated into a glass rod, glass tube or glass plate...
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  • History Of Plexiglass

    In 1927, a chemist from a German company heated the acrylate between two glass plates, and the acrylate polymerized to form a viscous rubber-like interlayer that could be used as a safety glass for breaking. When they polymerized methyl methacrylate in the same manner, a plexiglass plate having e...
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