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PTFE can be used at 260°C for a long time. Because high temperature cracking will also produce highly toxic by-products such as fluorophosgene and perfluorinated isobutene, so special attention should be paid to safety protection to prevent PTFE from contact with open flame. Its mechanical properties it has a very small coefficient of friction, only 1/5 of polyethylene, is an important characteristic of the perfluorocarbon surface. Also because the fluorocarbon chain intermolecular forces are small, so PTFE has a non-stick. PTFE in -196 ~ 260 ℃, a wide range of temperature range can still maintain good mechanical properties, a feature of the PFC polymer is not brittle at low temperatures. In addition to molten alkali metals, almost no chemical reagent corrosion of PTFE, chemical resistance and weather resistance.
In concentrated sulfuric acid, nitric acid, hydrochloric acid, even boiling in aqua regia, its weight and properties do not change, almost insoluble in all solvents, only slightly soluble in all-alkanes above 300 ℃ (about 0.1g/100g). PTFE does not absorb moisture, non-combustible, stable to oxygen, ultraviolet light, so it has excellent weather resistance. In a wide range of frequencies, PTFE's electrical properties dielectric constant and dielectric loss are very low, breakdown voltage, volume resistivity and arc resistance are very high. PTFE (104 rad) has poor radiation resistance, high energy radiation degrades it, and the electrical and mechanical properties of the polymer are significantly reduced.