low-density polyethylene


noun Chemistry.

highly branched polyethylene with low crystallinity and melting point, and a density of 0.91 to 0.94, prepared at very high pressures, and used mainly for sheeting, films, and packaging materials. Abbreviation: LDPE

Also called branched polyethylene.
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