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Superabsorbent Polymer (SAP)

Superabsorbent polymers also known as SAP, are materials that swell in water to form a clear gel made up separate, individual particles. They are solid, granular cross linked polyacrylate polymers that rapidly absorb and retain large volumes of aqueous solutions.

Unlike a sponge, where water can be easily released, the hydrated gel particles retain the absorbed water even under pressure. The ability to hold absorbed water against pressure is what makes SAP unique.


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