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What are the properties and uses of poly(ethene)
flexible, cheap, good electrical conductor, malleable USES plastic bags, plastic bottles and clingfilm
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what are the uses of poly(propene)
flexible, shatterproof and has a high softening pointand used to make buckets and bowls
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what are the properties and uses of poly(chloroethne)
Tough, flexible, cheap, long lasting, good electrical conductor USES pipes, gutters, window frames and insulation for elctrical wires
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What are the uses of PTFE
tough, clippery,resistant to corrosion, good electrical insulator, unreative USES non stick coating for frying pans, insulation for elctric wires and containers for corrosive substances
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What is polymerisation
Process of joining many monomers creating a long chain of monomers hence forming a polymer
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What are the properties of bitumen
High visocity, difficult to set alight, high boiling point and increase number of carbon atoms
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What is the use of fuel oil
used for large ships and in some power stations
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What is the use of gas
heating and cooking in homes
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