The Universal Selection Source: Adhesives Ingredients


Post-it Notes: the phenomenon that nearly never happened

Andy Extance – Jan 30, 2008

In 1968 Spencer Silver, while experimenting with some new monomers he'd obtained as part of 3M's "Polymers for Adhesives" research program1, concocted a formulation that went against the received wisdom of textbooks and more experienced colleagues...

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