Principle Of Tape Use
Principle of tape use
The adhesive tape is composed of two parts of a substrate and an adhesive, and two or more unconnected objects are joined together by bonding. The surface is coated with a layer of adhesive. The earliest adhesives came from animals and plants. In the 19th century, rubber was the main component of adhesives; modern times, various polymers were widely used. Adhesives can stick to things because their own molecules form bonds with the molecules of the object to be joined. This bond can firmly bond the molecules together. The composition of the adhesive varies from brand to brand and from polymer to polymer.