Why is thermosetting plastic stronger than thermoplastic?
Asked by amrikj1947 | 13th Aug, 2016, 09:15: AM
Thermosetting plastics contain polymers that cross-link together during the curing process to form an irreversible chemical bond.
The cross-linking process eliminates the risk of the product remelting when heat is applied. Thus making thermosetting plastics ideal for high-heat applications such as electronics and appliances.
Answered by Prachi Sawant | 16th Aug, 2016, 10:02: AM
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