What Are Synthetic Materials?

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Synthetic materials are man-made and natural materials. There are more synthetic materials which can be recycled e.g. glass and plastics. Any material made from chemicals. Since the 1900s, more and more of the materials used in everyday life are synthetics, including plastics.
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Synthetic material is any artificial material made from chemicals and refers to being 'man made'. Many materials that are used in day to day life are synthetic for example, plastics, polythene, nylon, acrylics, polyster, synthetic rubber, synthetic resins and many more. Almost all organic substances that occur naturally can be made synthetically, mostly pharmaceuticals.
Synthetic materials are man-made materials and other natural fibres used to make a material that looks like genuine leather, but is not. They are created through chemical synthesis like plastics, fibreglass.
Synthetic materials are materials that are man made. They are made to mimic the look of natural materials. Examples include polyester, rayon and nylon.
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