is epoxy organic or inorganic?

The answer to this question depends on the type of epoxy. Epoxies are organic when they contain a resin made from organic substances, such as phenol formaldehyde. Inorganic epoxies are made from inorganic substances, such as bisphenol A and diglycidyl ether of bisphenol A.

Epoxy is a type of synthetic polymer that is made up of organic compounds. It is formed by the reaction of a resin with a hardener, which creates a strong, durable, and resistant material. While the individual components of epoxy may be derived from organic compounds, the final material itself is considered to be a synthetic, inorganic substance.

So is epoxy natural?

The resin and epoxy are made from petrochemicals, which are not natural in origin.

It is a synthetic polymer that is made by combining various organic compounds through a chemical reaction. This reaction produces a material that is not found in nature and does not occur naturally. As a result, epoxy is considered to be an artificial or man-made substance.

So is epoxy natural? No, it’s not.

Nick Shushan
Nick Shushan

Epoxy Expert and the CEO of NYC Epoxy Flooring. I love epoxy so much and spend my entire day speaking about epoxy and working on epoxy projects.

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