polycarbonate

(from the article `industrial polymers, major`) Marketed under the trademarked names Lexan and Merlon, among others, PC is a special type of polyester used as an engineering plastic. It has ...
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Polycarbonate

A high clarity film having the versatility of acetate with the durability of polyester.
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polycarbonate

A polymer in which the repeating unit is an organic carbonate [ROC(O)O]n.
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polycarbonate

Clear, tough, shatterproof, virtually unbreakable polymer used to make the lens in most Streamlight flashlights. Often hard coated for abrasion resistance.
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Polycarbonate

Polycarbonate is a thermoplastic polycondensate polymer mass-produced since 1958. It has excellent strength and possesses good dimensional stability, dielectric strength, flame retardancy, and an impact resistance which is the highest among current transparent rigid materials. It is difficult to machine, however.
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