The Structural Formula of PolyStyrene (Polymerised Phenylethene)
Those Hexagon shapes are called Benzene rings and at each corner of the ring is a Carbon, This is primarily why Polystyrene is so light even though it’s volume is quite large - because it has huge gaps in it.

The Structural Formula of PolyStyrene (Polymerised Phenylethene)

Those Hexagon shapes are called Benzene rings and at each corner of the ring is a Carbon, This is primarily why Polystyrene is so light even though it’s volume is quite large - because it has huge gaps in it.

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