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What Is Special about Teflon?

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Teflon has arguably the lowest coefficient to friction known all over the world. It is hence used with steel-slides gliders and on surfaces of steel-ware to maintain their shine and protect them from scratches on the surface. Teflon is also used as an additive for making fingernail cutex creating a hard nail surface, which at the same time is very smooth.
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Teflon is regarded as special because it is able to offer the lowest friction coefficient. It is suitable for making electronic playing materials. Teflon's resistance to motion of molecules is approximated to be less than 0.1 percent.
Teflon, also known as PTFE Rod, is officially in the record books as having the lowest co-efficient of friction of any solid material and is extremely effective operating at extremely high and low temperatures. PTFE Rod has fantastic chemical resistance and superb electrical insulation properties.
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