The surface of the double-sided tape is coated with a layer of adhesive. Various polymers are widely used as adhesives in the modern world. Since the molecules themselves form bonds with the molecules of the articles to be joined, the bonds can firmly bond the molecules together.
The double-sided tape is a roll-shaped adhesive tape which is made by using paper, cloth or plastic film as a base material, and then uniformly coating an elastomer-type pressure-sensitive adhesive or a resin-type pressure-sensitive adhesive on the above-mentioned substrate, which is a substrate, The adhesive and the release paper (film) are composed of three parts.
The earliest adhesives came from animals and plants. In the 19th century, rubber was the main component of adhesives; modern times, various polymers were widely used. Adhesives can stick to things because their own molecules form bonds with the molecules of the object to be joined. This bond can firmly bond the molecules together.