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Cross-linking plastics

The inner structures of cross-linking plastics are characterized by a thermally stable, non-reversible connections. Cross-linking plastics are for instance thermosets, resins or rubber. Through polymer reengineering, thermoplastics can also be increasingly cross-linked. As cross-linking works through a chemical rather than a thermal process, these plastics can be used for different types of applications.

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The inner structures of cross-linking plastics are characterized by a thermally stable, non-reversible connections. Cross-linking plastics are for instance thermosets, resins or rubber. Through polymer reengineering, thermoplastics can also be increasingly cross-linked. As cross-linking works through a chemical rather than a thermal process, these plastics can be used for different types of applications.

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