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Jul 24, 2010 · 2. Of the following, only _____ is not a polymer. A. cellulose B. nylon C. starch D. protein E. stainless steel 3. Which of the following is not a natural polymer? A. silk B. starch C. protein D. cellulose E. nylon 4.

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Block nylon tends to be less crystalline, except near the surfaces due to shearing stresses during formation. Nylon is clear and colorless , or milky, but is easily dyed . Multistranded nylon cord and rope is slippery and tends to unravel.

Nylon-6,6 One of the monomers is a 6 carbon acid with a -COOH group at each end – hexanedioic acid. Note: When you count the carbons don’t forget to include the ones in the -COOH groups.

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While I didn’t have access to where the majority of the deals fell relative to Andrew’s model, I did have access to another free agency model, from another Nylon writer, Jacob Goldstein.

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A nylon pellet nut is very similar to a nyloc nut except that it uses one or more smaller nylon inserts instead of a ring of nylon. They do not lock as strongly as …

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Jul 24, 2010 · A. silk B. starch C. protein D. cellulose E. nylon 4. Which of the following is an addition polymer with the same structure as polyethylene except that one hydrogen on every other carbon is replaced by a benzene ring A. polyvinyl chloride B. polypropylene C. polystyrene D. polyurethane E. nylon …

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Synthetic web slings offer a number of advantages for rigging purposes. The most commonly used synthetic web slings are made of nylon- or polyester-type yarns . They have the following properties in common: Strength; Convenience, Load protection, and; Economy. Each synthetic material has its own unique properties.