Molecular structure of ABS
The structure of ABS resin, which has a graft copolymer with an elastomer as the main chain and A graft copolymer of a hard ABS resin backbone; or a mixture of a rubber elastomer and a hard ABS resin. Thus, different structures exhibit different properties, the elastomer exhibits rubber toughness, and the rigid ABS resin exhibits rigidity, and can be obtained in several types such as high impact type, medium impact type, general impact type, and special impact type. Specifically, as the content of the rubber component B (generally 5% to 30%) increases, the elasticity and impact resistance of the resin increase, but the tensile strength, fluidity, weather resistance, and the like decrease. When the content of the resin component AS (generally 70% to 95%) is increased, the surface gloss, mechanical strength, weather resistance, heat resistance, corrosion resistance, electrical properties, processing properties, and the like can be improved. The impact strength, etc., will decrease. The ratio of A to B in the resin component is 30% to 35%/80% to 65%, respectively.