neoprene

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neopren
(Kimya) Neopren: lastiğe benzer, sentetik bir polimer çeşidi
(Askeri) NEOPRİN: Malzemelerde kullanılan suni kauçuk. Örneğin; silahların baskı tertibatındaki tampon bu kauçuktan yapılır
sentetik kauçuk
suni kauçuk
Englisch - Englisch
A synthetic rubber, a polymer of chloroprene, commonly used in wetsuits, laptop sleeves, orthopedic braces, electrical insulation, liquid and sheet-applied elastomeric membranes and flashings, car fan belts, etc
(Kimya) A synthetic polymer resembling rubber
A synthetic rubber having physical properties closely resembling those of natural rubber but not requiring sulphur for vulcanization It is made by polymerizing chloroprenes The latter is produced from acetylene and hydrogen chloride
A synthetic rubber produced by polymerization of Chloroprene for use in liquid-applied and sheet-applied elastomeric roofing
A rubber elastomer jacket material providing excellent cold temperature flexibility, abrasion resistance and flame retardance Ideally suited for outdoor, field deployable cables and repeated flexing applications
a synthetic rubber, a polymer of chloroprene, commonly used in wetsuits etc
a synthetic rubber that is resistant to oils and aging; used in waterproof products
a synthetic rubber (polychloroprene) used in liquid-applied and sheet-applied elastomeric roof membranes or flashings
a synthetic rubber (polychloroprene) used in liquid or sheet applied elastomeric roof membranes/flashings and as a modifier for mastics
Trade name for polychloroprene, used for jacketing
Oil-resistant synthetic rubber
A synthetic rubber with good resistance to oil, chemical, & flame Also called polychloroprene
A chloroprene-based rubber polymer having excellent oil and weathering resistance
A generic name for a type of synthetic rubber
A synthetic rubber with good resistance to oil, chemical, and flame Also called polychioroprene
A synthetic rubber with resistance to oil, chemical and flame Also called polychloroprene
Trade name, the usual designation in the USA for chlororprene rubber
a synthetic rubber used in liquid applied and sheet applied roof membranes or flashing
A synthetic rubber with good resistance to oil, chemical, and flame Also called polychloroprene
A DuPont trademark Chemically, this synthetic rubber is known as polychloroprene The physical properties of (CR-Chloroprene) rubber Neoprene are similar in some respects to natural rubber but it is considerably better from the standpoint of resistance to oil, ozone, heat, weather, sunlight and aging It does not support combustion and resists abrasion and cutting It is used for a wide variety of wire and cable jacketing applications The temperature range of this material can vary from -55°C to 90°C
Lightweight rubber used in joint and muscle sleeves designed to provide support and/or insulation to the area
Any of a class of elastomers (rubberlike synthetic organic compounds of high molecular weight) made by polymerization of the monomer 2-chloro-1,3-butadiene and vulcanized (cross-linked, like rubber), by sulfur, metallic oxides, or other agents. These synthetic rubbers, discovered in 1931 (see W.H. Carothers), are generally too expensive to use in making tires, but their resistance to chemicals and oxidation (see oxidation-reduction) makes them valuable in specialized applications, including shoe soles, hoses, adhesives, gaskets, seals, and foamed articles
Synthetic rubber
Synthetic flexible material used for gaskets and seals
{i} (Chemistry) synthetic rubber used in the manufacturing of many industrial products (e.g. paints, rubber shoe soles, putties, etc.)
Lightweight rubber used in joint and muscle sleeves designed to provide support and/or insulation and heat retention to the area
Thermosetting material, chemically known as polychloroprene, with excellent flame retarding and abrasion resisting qualities used as a jacketing material
neoprene

    Silbentrennung

    ne·o·prene

    Türkische aussprache

    niōprin

    Aussprache

    /ˈnēōˌprēn/ /ˈniːoʊˌpriːn/

    Etymologie

    [ 'nE-&-"prEn ] (noun.) 1937. US, 1930s; genericized trademark for DuPont|DuPont]] brand of polychloroprene. neo- (“new”) +‎ isoprene (dropping the iso-), the latter from terpene. Originally called duprene (blend of DuPont and isoprene); the “new” is because neoprene was the first mass-produced general-purpose synthetic rubber.

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