Two pieces of synthetic rubber(butadiene-styrene c

Made:
1951 in England
maker:
Dunlop

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Two pieces of synthetic rubber(butadiene-styrene copolymer), made by Dunlop in England in 1951. First sample is shapeless and grey, and is the first synthetic rubber to be made by Dunlop in England. The second is black, flat and rectangular and is thought to be from the first production of International-Synthetic-rubber made by Dunlop in England.

Details

Category:
Plastics and Modern Materials
Object Number:
1988-635
type:
two pieces of synthetic rubber
credit:
BTR Industries Limited

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