Etching is a chemical process that allows wire and cable to be exposed to harsh conditions, like high temperatures or the presence of chemicals. The process involves the wire passing through a sodium bath to create a rough surface on the wire. The etching removes the fluorine from the surface of the wire and then develops double carbon-to-carbon bonds, Carbonyl, Carboxyl, Hydroxyl groups and epoxides.
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