Neoprene, a versatile synthetic rubber, is composed of polychloroprene. Its structure can be modified in a variety of ways by copolymerizing chloroprene with sulfur and/or 2,3 dichloro 1,3-butadiene. This allows the structure to have a variety of physical and chemical properties. In liquid form, neoprene is composed of a wide range of elastomeric properties, including monomers such as methacrylic acid. Because of its chemical stability and ability to maintain flexibility, neoprene is used in various applications, including laptop sleeves, wetsuits, electrical insulation, car fan belts, and orthopedic braces.
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