From time immemorial, humans have tried to make various things for themselves using natural materials, but they have always encountered problems. For example, they could not easily make spherical shapes. For this reason, objects and buildings remembered from very ancient times have more sharp edges. In addition, humans have always been looking for a way to increase the shelf life of food, liquids, etc. But some of these materials were always worn out.
These two reasons, along with other reasons, led man to make plastic. Over time, scientists have made great efforts to make plastic. They were able to make plastics from natural materials, yet the production of these plastics was limited by nature. By discovering the properties of oil, scientists realized that they could design plastics with very high properties. For example, they could make plastics for food packaging, or they could even save the lives of many people by designing plastic syringes.
This masterpiece could be a protector for copper wire strands due to its properties such as high ductility, very low reactivity and insufficiency, so you have easy access to telephone, internet and even electricity. This introduction was a bit long, but at least we realized that our lives without plastic were almost like the 16th century, and this is a clear reason to appreciate the great scientists who have sacrificed their lives for our easier lives. Now that we are a little familiar with the properties of plastic, it is better to move on to our main discussion.