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Teflon is a plastic with an extremely low coefficient of friction. It is also resistant to high temperatures and chemicals, making it a versatile material for a variety of applications. It is a chemical compound called polytetrafluoroethylene, or PTFE, which is composed of ethylene, which is a polymer in which all hydrogen atoms have been replaced by fluorine. PTFE is used in many industrial applications, including food preparation equipment. In addition, it is a good insulation material for electrical installations and has high resistance to heat.
Nevertheless, Teflon has a very short life cycle and must be disposed of after use. When it is heated up to 350 degrees, it starts to decompose and releases harmful substances. However, these concentrations are so small that they pose no threat to health. This is because the PTFE is so inert that it cannot be absorbed into the body, even if you use it with your food.