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Compare structure of linear & cross linkage polymers | Compare strength of fibres | Make thermosetting & thermoplastics

Compare structure of linear & cross linkage polymers | Compare strength of fibres | Make thermosetting & thermoplastics

  • Make a model to test the strength of different polymers
  • Make a linear chain polymer – OOBLECK and a cross linkage polymer to understand their properties & differences
  • Perform burn test to differentiate synthetic and natural fibres
  • Make shapes using thermosetting plastic to understand how they differ from thermoplastics

Fibers and Plastics vs. the World

As some of the most important materials for various industrial purposes, fibers and plastics are constantly subjected to tests of their strength and authenticity. They are not only crucial to manufacturing, but their properties and features are critical to 8th grade Chemistry. To describe the various properties and tests of synthetic fibers and plastics to students, Butterfly Fields presents to your child the Synthetic fibers and Plastic kit that consists of the following activities:

  1. Polythene Structure
  2. Oobleck – Linear Linkages
  3. Slime-Cross Linked Polymer
  4. The Burning of natural and synthetic fibres
  5. Thermoplastics
  6. The Strength Test of different polymers
  7. Thermosetting Plastic
    Thus with the help of this kit, your child will soon learn how to:
  • Make a model to test the strength of different polymers
  • Make a linear chain polymer – OOBLECK and a cross linkage polymer to understand their properties & differences
  • Perform the burn test to differentiate synthetic and natural fibres
  • Make shapes by using thermosetting plastic to understand how they differ from thermoplastics
    Consisting of real polymers, plastics, fibers as a part of the materials’ apparatus, the various activities are implemented using provided instruments in an interactive and experiential manner. Our Do-It-Yourself projects are integral to a student’s 21st century skills and perseverant focus on their subject with genuine interest and a retainable understanding of concepts!
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