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Urethane

Urethane, also known as ethyl Carbamate, is a material that was first prepared back in the 19th century. It is naturally produced during the fermentation process of many drinks and food items. Urethane is often found as a component in bread, whiskey, brandy, yogurt, olives and even soy sauce.

 

In 1973, due to government regulations, the Corvette changed the chrome front bumper to a urethane-compound 5-mile-per-hour (8 km/h) bumper but kept the rear chrome bumpers. In 1974, the rear chrome bumpers became urethane as well, resulting in the first ever chrome-less production Corvette.

 


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