Synthetic and Natural Polymers

There are two types of polymers; those are synthetic and natural polymers. Synthetic polymers are derived from the fossil fuel oil, and are made by scientists and engineers. Natural polymers occur in nature and might be extracted. They are typically water based. Natural polymers as made naturally they will be easily degradable and may be consumed by the atmosphere. Most of the synthetic polymers are hard to degrade naturally and take long time in natural degradation.

  • Synthetic Polymers: Nylon, Polyethylene, Teflon, Polyester and epoxy.
  • Natural Polymers: Silk, Wool, DNA, Cellulose and Proteins.

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