Household items made of various types of plastic
Plastic compounding scheme for a thermosoftening material
Chemical structures and uses of some common plastics
iPhone 5c, a smartphone with a polycarbonate unibody shell
{{convert|10|m|ft|abbr=off|adj=on|sp=us}} deep Monterey Bay Aquarium tank has acrylic windows up to {{convert|33|cm|in|abbr=off|sp=us}} thick to withstand the water pressure
A communication campaign infographic showing that there will be more plastic in the oceans than fish by 2050
Manual material triage for recycling.
Plaque commemorating Parkes at the Birmingham Science Museum
PET water bottle
High density polythene (HDPE) is used sturdy containers; Transparent ones may be made of PET
Disposable suits; nonwoven HDPE fabric
Plastic mailing envelopes (hdpe)
Clear plastic bags (shown) are made of low density polythene (LDPE); blown-film shopping bags with handles are now made of HDPE
A Ziploc bag made from LDPE
Kinder Joy shell made of polypropylene
A polypropylene chair
Stools of hdpe
Expanded polystyrene foam ("Thermocol")
Extruded polystyrene foam ("Styrofoam")
A piece of packaging foam made from LDPE
A kitchen sponge made of polyurethane foam
Non-stick cookware made of Teflon
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Plastics are a wide range of synthetic or semi-synthetic materials that use polymers as a main ingredient.

Theatrical release poster

1952 American film noir drama film directed by Alfred L. Werker and starring George Murphy, Finlay Currie, and Virginia Gilmore.

Badge of the Royal Air Force

Royal Air Force squadron that served during the Second world war in the air-sea rescue mission role while flying Supermarine Walruses and both in ASR and the anti-submarine patrol role while flying Vickers Warwicks.

Debut studio album by English post-punk band Killing Joke, released on 5 October 1980 by E.G. via Polydor Records.

USS Enterprise (CV-6) (center left) and her screening ships during the battle, 26 October 1942
USS Wasp (CV-7) burns after being torpedoed on 15 September
Grumman F4F Wildcat on Enterprise as she conducts air operations on 24 October
Map of the Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands, 26 October 1942. Red lines are Japanese warship forces and black lines are U.S. carrier forces. Numbered yellow dots represent significant actions in the battle.
Japanese fighter and dive bomber aircraft on Shōkaku prepare to launch for an attack on U.S. carrier forces
The crew of Shōkaku fights fires on the flight deck after the U.S. attack
The Chikuma under attack on 26 October. Smoke emerges from the center of the ship where a 1000 lb bomb hit directly on the bridge
A Japanese dive bomber (center) is shot down during the attack on the Enterprise (lower right). The ship is smoking from earlier bomb hits as another bomb near-misses the carrier. The battleship South Dakota is to the left of the carrier.
A Hornet Wildcat that had just landed skids across Enterprises flight deck as the carrier maneuvers violently during Jun'yos dive-bomber attack
Hornet, sinking and abandoned
The crew of Enterprise conducts a burial at sea on 27 October for their fellow crewmen killed the day before

The fourth aircraft carrier battle of the Pacific campaign of World War II.

Four commedia dell'arte characters, whose costumes and demeanor indicate the stock character roles that they portray in this genre.

Fictional character appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics.

American politician.

Norwegian curler, two times world champion playing for the Norwegian national team with skip Dordi Nordby.

Tokusou Robo Janperson

1993 installment in Toei Company's Metal Hero Series franchise.

Ninth studio album by the American rock band Little Feat, released in 1990.