Jim Throne on August 29th, 1997

Summary of Part I In part I, I discussed the general types of thermoplastic polyesters, noting that polyethylene terephthalate or PET is a slowly crystallizing polymer that has a melting temperature of about 260 oC. It is considered a likely candidate for many high-temperature applications, particularly since it is relatively inexpensive when compared with other […]

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