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Polypropylene. John Caballero MEEN3344. Polypropylene. Discovery Polypropylene was first polymerized by Dr. Karl Rehn in Germany in 1951 but sadly didn't recognize the importance of his discovery It was then rediscovered on March 11, 1954 by Giulio Natta. Advantages
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POLYPROPYLENE!. One Popular Polymer!. What’s so great about POLYPROPYLENE?. High Melting Point (dishwasher safe!) Intermediate crystallinity: tough without being brittle High resistance to fatigue (living hinge) Chemically Inert CHEAP to MAKE!!!. Polypropylene comes from Propylene!.
Metallic Foams. Brief Info. Metal foams – most are made from aluminium , although steel can also be used. There are many benefits of metal foams, including a very good strength-to-weight ratio. Metal foams are cellular structures made with metal rather than polymers.