Looks like PVC T-molding, used a lot on factory-made furniture.
Presses in and locks into a groove cut in center of edges.
Comes in flat, bull-nose, etc.
link to images.. Images for pvc t edge molding profile
PVC edge-banding in also applied with hot glue adhesive using Holtzer, etc., edge-banding machines, but that is usually flat.
This appears to have a slightly convex surface like T-molding.
If it was T-molding you can pry it away from an edge and it will return to it's shape.
The T-spline would have had to be notched to go around the small radii on the corners.
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