Is there any material that hardens and becomes strongly adhesive after  application in plastic form? - Quora

Is there any material that hardens and becomes strongly adhesive after application in plastic form? - Quora

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Answer (1 of 3): There is a class of soft polymer materials called viscoelastic polymers, whose main useful property is that they temporarily harden on impact, and by that mechanism, dissipate the force of the impact. As far as I know, these polymers are not adhesive by themselves, but adhesives

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