History of Copper
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History of Polymer
The term polymer is commonly used in the plastics and composites industry, often as a synonym for plastic or resin. Actually, polymers include a range of materials with a variety of properties. They are found in common household goods, in clothing and toys, in construction materials and insulation, and in numerous other products. Water Soluble Nano Silica Polymer that use in Viral Shield is very different than normal polymer used in industrial application.
A polymer is a chemical compound with molecules bonded together in long, repeating chains. Because of their structure, polymers have unique properties that can be tailored for different uses.
Polymers are both man-made and naturally occurring. Rubber, for example, is a natural polymeric material that has been used for thousands of years. It has excellent elastic qualities, the result of a molecular polymer chain created by mother nature. Another natural polymer is shellac, a resin produced by the lac bug in India and Thailand, which is used as a paint primer, sealant, and varnish.
Man-made or synthetic polymers include materials such as polyethylene, the most common plastic in the world found in items ranging from shopping bags to storage containers, and polystyrene, the material used to make packing peanuts and disposable cups. Some synthetic polymers are pliable (thermoplastics), while others are permanently rigid (thermosets). Still others have rubber-like properties (elastomers) or resemble plant or animal fibers (synthetic fibers). These materials are found in all sorts of products, from swimsuits to cooking pans.
Depending on the desired use, polymers can be fine-tuned to leverage certain advantageous properties. These include:
- Reflectivity: Some polymers are used to produce reflective film, which is used in a variety of light-related technologies.
- Impact Resistance: Sturdy plastics that can withstand rough handling are perfect for luggage, protective cases, car bumpers, and more.
- Brittleness: Some forms of polystyrene are hard and brittle and easy to deform using heat.
- Translucence: See-through polymers, including polymer clay, are often used in arts and crafts.
- Ductility: Unlike brittle polymers, ductile polymers can be deformed without falling apart. Metals such as gold, aluminum, and steel are known for their ductility. Ductile polymers, while not as strong as other polymers, are useful for many purposes.
- Elasticity: Natural and synthetic rubbers have elastic properties that make them ideal for car tires and similar products.
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History of Nano Technology
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Copper as Mention in Quran
In the Quran, it was mention in Surah Al Hadid, verse 25 “We have already sent Our messengers with clear evidences and sent down with them the Scripture and the balance that the people may maintain [their affairs] in justice. And We sent down iron, wherein is mighty power and benefits for the people, and so that Allah may make evident those who support Him and His messengers unseen. Indeed, Allah is Powerful and Exalted in Might”. Today we know that iron (copper) is an essential mineral present in our blood haemoglobin. Lack of iron causes a person to become sick, and many people must take iron supplements to help boost their immune system. The benefits of iron are not limited to health, it is widely used in manufacturing industry too. These all benefit human beings in some specific way.
In Surah Kahf, verse 96 of the Quran, Allah mentioned, “Bring me sheets of iron “- until, when he had levelled [them] between the two mountain walls, he said. “Blow [with bellows],” until when he had made it [like] fire, he said, “Bring me, that I may pour over it molten copper.”” (Translation from Sahih International &Pickthall). Its describing how iron can be processed and even mentions the formation of Iron-Copper alloy.
In Surah Sad verse 35, Solomon asked Allah to grant him Kingdom that no one will ever have after him. This relates to prophet Sulaiman’s reputation as Copper King. Which means Copper is a special as stated in Surah Saba, verse 12 “And to Solomon, We (subjugated) the wind: its morning course covered the distance of a month’s journey (at normal pace), and its evening course, a month’s journey. And We caused molten copper to flow for him (like a fountain). Among the jinn were some who, by the leave of his Lord, worked under him. Whoever of them swerved away from Our command (by disobeying him), We would make him taste the punishment of a fiery blaze”. The verses also indicate that softening iron and melting copper to use in making different tools are two of God’s greatest bounties for humankind, revealed through two of His Messengers.
In Surah Ar-Rahman, verse 35 “ Flame of fire and (molten) copper will be sent against you, and you will not be able to defend one another.” This show the power of copper, is beyond the normal fire.
We have learned that whenever Allah subhanahu wa ta`ala begins a Surah an oath this indicates significance of the matter. As we read in the overview the explanation to why Allah subhanahu wa ta`ala swears by figs and olives, and places are numerous.
Olive oil for example is a very good source of Copper alongside Zinc and Magnesium, a nutritious wonder from the Quran and the Sunnah. The Prophet (saw) said, ‘Eat the oil (of olives) and use it on your hair and skin, for it comes from a blessed tree’. (Tirmidhi).
It a great sign that Allah sent Olive for us to consume and protect us from the inside, and Copper also can be use externally to be the shield and protect us from the outside too with the power of anti-virus.