Polystyrene (POM)

Specifications

Product name:

Polyethylene

Chemical formula:

(CH2O)n

Appearance:

Semi-crystalline and Colorless

Melting point:

~ 240 °C

Boiling point:

430 °C (806 °F; 703 K) and depolymerizes

Density:

0.96–1.05 g/cm3

Solubility in water:

Not soluble in water

Chemical resistance:

Relatively

Packaging:

25 kg bag

Monomer:

The co-monomer is typically dioxolane, but ethylene oxide can also be used

Glass transition temperature:

~ 100 °C

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Polystyrene, also known as polyoxymethylene (POM), is obtained from the polymerization of formaldehyde and is a crystalline thermoplastic polymer with high tensile strength and hardness, good elasticity, excellent wear resistance and low moisture absorption. This polymer is available in the market with two types of homo-polymer and copolymer and can cover a wide range of applications. In addition, POM has the ability to maintain properties at high temperatures for long periods of time, mechanical resistance to long-term stresses, and weather resistance, which make it a suitable choice for many sensitive engineering parts

Product name:

Polyethylene

Chemical formula:

(CH2O)n

Appearance:

Semi-crystalline and Colorless

Melting point:

~ 240 °C

Boiling point:

430 °C (806 °F; 703 K) and depolymerizes

Density:

0.96–1.05 g/cm3

Solubility in water:

Not soluble in water

Chemical resistance:

Relatively

Packaging:

25 kg bag

Monomer:

The co-monomer is typically dioxolane, but ethylene oxide can also be used

Glass transition temperature:

~ 100 °C

Product name : Polystyrene

Chemical formula : (CH2O)n

Appearance : Semi-crystalline and Colorless

Packaging : 25 kg bag

Storage Life : between 20 and 30 years

Min Order : average commercial low-density polyethylene is typically 105 to 115 °C (221 to 239 °F)

Storage Condition : room temperature

Monomer : The co-monomer is typically dioxolane, but ethylene oxide can also be used

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