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Condensation takes place between the methylol groups to form a methylene ether link or between a methylol group and an active ortho and para hydrogen atom to yield a methylene link. It has been observed that the rate of heating determines the final product. Furthermore, the product formed during the polymerisation reaction between phenol and formaldehyde in the presence of alkali is a complex mixture of mono- and polynuclear phenols, in which the phenolic nuclei are linked by methylene groups. 2 Epoxy Resins Epoxy resins are widely used in fibre-reinforced composites due to their superior thermal, mechanical and electrical properties.

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