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   Simply put, the most essential difference between plastic and rubber is that plastic deforms when plastic is deformed, while rubber is elastically deformed. In other words, it is not easy to restore the original state after the plastic is deformed, while the rubber is relatively easy. The elasticity of plastic is very small, usually less than 100%, while rubber can reach 1000% or more. Most of the plastics in the molding process are finished and the product process is complete; after the rubber molding process is completed, a vulcanization process is required.
   Plastic and rubber are both polymer materials, mainly composed of two atoms of carbon and hydrogen, and some contain a small amount of oxygen, nitrogen, chlorine, silicon, fluorine, sulfur and other atoms, which have special properties and special applications. At room temperature, plastics are solid and very hard to stretch. The rubber has low hardness and elasticity, and can be stretched to become longer, and it can return to its original state after stopping stretching. This is due to their different molecular structures. Another difference is that plastic can be recycled and reused many times, while rubber cannot be recycled directly. It can only be processed into recycled rubber before it can be used. The shape of plastic at more than 100 degrees to 200 degrees is similar to that of rubber at 60 to 100 degrees. Plastic does not include rubber.
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