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polystyrene

 [pol″e-sti´rēn]
the resin produced by polymerization of styrol, a clear resin of the thermoplastic type, used in the construction of denture bases.

polystyrene

/poly·sty·rene/ (-sti´rēn) the resin produced by polymerization of styrol, a clear resin of the thermoplastic type, used in the construction of denture bases.

polystyrene

the resin produced by polymerization of styrol, a clear resin of the thermoplastic type.

sodium polystyrene sulfonate
a potassium exchange resin that may be administered orally or rectally in the treatment of hyperkalemia.
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Some models feature handles of high-impact plastic molded around a fiberglass shaft, making them virtually unbreakable.
Constructed with a one-piece, high-strength aluminum-alloy body, closers feature an adjustable closing force, a high-impact plastic cover secured by machine screws, and a five-year limited warranty.
The twin showerheads come in chrome or white high-impact plastic for a suggested $59.
Composed of lightweight, high-impact plastic units, this system offers standard units measuring 18 inches wide as well as a variety of special sectional accessories, all of which offer users maximum flexibility of configuration.
The Zyliss line uses a high-impact plastic that features built-in ultraviolet protection to prevent yellowing.
Providing a focused beam that is 400% brighter than an ordinary pocket light, the Sabre All-in-One Otoscope is made of high-impact plastic and uses two AAA alkaline batteries.
There are models with self-locking, splash-resistant lids and high-impact plastic liners, as well as those with foam or double-wall insulation.
2-ounce Tree-stand Bow Holder is constructed from a single piece of unbreakable high-impact plastic, and it mounts to any treestand by drilling just one hole.
Case, Industrial Grade Transport, Shall Be Constructed Of High-impact Plastic, Match And Intermember With Item No.
The caddies are made of a high-impact plastic and feature a ball bearing base plate, allowing the unit to revolve easily.