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Rubber vs. Latex: What's the difference?

Latex and rubber are both made from latex, which is tapped from trees. Essentially latex is the raw material for rubber.


WikiDiff defines the substances as: 

Latex (noun): The milky sap of several trees that coagulates on exposure to air; used to make rubber.

Rubber (noun): (uncountable) Pliable material derived from the sap of the rubber tree; a hydrocarbon polymer of isoprene.

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