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ELASTOMERS
 CONTENTS
•
What are elastomers
•
Explanation
•
Types of elastomers 
•
Advantages & disadvantages
•
Uses & applications
Page 2


ELASTOMERS
 CONTENTS
•
What are elastomers
•
Explanation
•
Types of elastomers 
•
Advantages & disadvantages
•
Uses & applications
ELASTOMERS….?
•
Macromolecular material which returns 
rapidly to approximately its initial 
dimensions and shape after  deformation 
by a weak stress.
•
Or
•
An elastomer is a polymer with the 
property of elasticity.
Page 3


ELASTOMERS
 CONTENTS
•
What are elastomers
•
Explanation
•
Types of elastomers 
•
Advantages & disadvantages
•
Uses & applications
ELASTOMERS….?
•
Macromolecular material which returns 
rapidly to approximately its initial 
dimensions and shape after  deformation 
by a weak stress.
•
Or
•
An elastomer is a polymer with the 
property of elasticity.
•
An elastomer is a polymer with the 
property of viscoelasticity (colloquially 
"elasticity"), generally having notably low 
Young's modulus and high yield strain 
compared with other materials. 
Page 4


ELASTOMERS
 CONTENTS
•
What are elastomers
•
Explanation
•
Types of elastomers 
•
Advantages & disadvantages
•
Uses & applications
ELASTOMERS….?
•
Macromolecular material which returns 
rapidly to approximately its initial 
dimensions and shape after  deformation 
by a weak stress.
•
Or
•
An elastomer is a polymer with the 
property of elasticity.
•
An elastomer is a polymer with the 
property of viscoelasticity (colloquially 
"elasticity"), generally having notably low 
Young's modulus and high yield strain 
compared with other materials. 
•
Elastomer is a big fancy word, and all it 
means is "rubber". Some polymers which 
are elastomers include polyisoprene or 
natural rubber, polybutadiene, 
polyisobutylene, and polyurethanes. 
Page 5


ELASTOMERS
 CONTENTS
•
What are elastomers
•
Explanation
•
Types of elastomers 
•
Advantages & disadvantages
•
Uses & applications
ELASTOMERS….?
•
Macromolecular material which returns 
rapidly to approximately its initial 
dimensions and shape after  deformation 
by a weak stress.
•
Or
•
An elastomer is a polymer with the 
property of elasticity.
•
An elastomer is a polymer with the 
property of viscoelasticity (colloquially 
"elasticity"), generally having notably low 
Young's modulus and high yield strain 
compared with other materials. 
•
Elastomer is a big fancy word, and all it 
means is "rubber". Some polymers which 
are elastomers include polyisoprene or 
natural rubber, polybutadiene, 
polyisobutylene, and polyurethanes. 
EXPLANATION
•
Why  elastomer ?
•
Structure
•
Properties of elastomers 
•
Effects of stress  
•
Vulcanization
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