Polymer Science & Technology

A significantly wider range of programmes are available in material technological knowledge, including those in ceramics, composites, and polymer materials. SiO2 serves as a straightforward building block for covalent and ionic-covalent bonds in ceramics and glasses. The pliability of clay or the durability of stone and concrete describe ceramics. Typically, they take the shape of crystals. The majority of glasses contain silica and a metallic oxide. Applications range from gorilla glass to steel-bolstered concrete used as structural elements. Polymers are a crucial component of substance technology as well. The raw materials that go into creating what we commonly refer to as plastics are known as polymers. Specialty plastics are materials with unique properties like extremely high strength, electrical conductivity, electro-fluorescence, and extremely high thermal stability.

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