Thermoplastics refer to materials that have been made by polymers which have been linked with intermolecular interactions to form branched or linear structures. Think of the material as a set of strings that are mixed with each other on a table, and the greater the mixing, the more effort it needs to separate them from each other.
In today’s word, high density materials and thermoplastics have been quick to make a place of their own. They’re now dominating aviation and automobile markets as one of the greatest innovations in recent years, but are slowly making their way into all kinds of tools and appliances that are used in all spheres of life.
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