May 26 2003
Conductive high impact polystyrene is often specified for low strength structural applications when impact resistance, machinability, and low cost are required
The key properties of High Impact Conductive Polystyrene are tabulated below.
Table 1. Key properties
|Surface resistivity ( Ohm/sq )
|Volume resistivity ( Ohm.cm )
|Elongation at break ( % )
|Izod impact strength ( J.m-1 )
|Tensile modulus ( GPa )
|Tensile strength ( MPa )
|Density ( g.cm-3 )
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