Teflon was discovered in 1938 by R. J. Plunkett at the du Pont Jackson Laboratory. A tetrafluoroethylene cylinder was cut open with a welding torch after it failed to deliver a flow of gas, and upon comparing its weight to that of an empty cylinder, it was discovered to weigh morea
[McCrum]Teflon has a high melting point (327 deg. C) and an extremely low coefficient of friction. It withstands corrosive environments in a chemical plant such as gaskets, diaphragms, rings, tubing and taps.
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