Polyoxymethylene (POM) is commonly used
as a direct replacement for metals due to its stiffness, dimensional
stability and corrosion resistance. Copolymers including ethylene oxide
are quite common, primarily because they reduce the propensity for
depolymerization at processing temperatures.
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