Degradable Polymers, Recycling, and Plastics Waste Management

CRC Press, 1995年7月7日 - 336 頁
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Based on the International Workshop on Controlled Life-Cycle of Polymeric Materials held in Stockholm, this work examines degradable polymers and the recycling of plastic materials. It highlights recent results on recycling and waste management, including topics such as renewable resources, degradation, processing and products, and environmental is

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Polymer Waste ManagementBiodegradation Incineration and Recycling
Degradation Products in Degradable Polymers
Recycling BIOPOLComposting and Material Recycling
Model Studies on Cellulose Acetate
Applications and Environmental Aspects of Chitin and Chitosan
Opportunities for Environmentally Degradable Polymers
The Pros and Cons
Biodegradation of Polymers at Temperatures Up to 130C
Present and Future of PLA Polymers
Synthesis of Potentially Biodegradable Polymers
A Component of Integrated SolidWaste Management
Synthesis and Applications of Photodegradable Poly Ethylene Terephthalate
Proposed Mechanism for Microbial Degradation of Polyacrylate
Compostable Films of MaterBi Z Grades
Biodegradation of PolyDLLactic Acid Polyurethanes
Properties and Polymerization of Biodegradable Thermoplastic Poly EsterUrethane

Blends of Bacterial Poly3Hydroxybutyrate with Cellulose Acetate Butyrate in Activated Sludge
Composting of Cellulose EsterDiluent Mixtures
Source and Maintenance of Microorganisms Used for Testing Plastics
A Comparative Study of the Degradability and Recyclability of Different Classes of Degradable Polyethylene
Can Polyethylene Be a Photobiodegradable Synthetic Polymer?
Biodegradable Polyurethanes from Plant Components
Starch Properties Modifications and Applications
Molecular Weight of Poly3Hydroxybutyrate During Biological Polymerization in Alcaligenes eutrophus
Production and Properties
Biodegradation of StarchBased Materials
Biodegradation of Polycaprolactone by Microorganisms from an Industrial Compost of Household Refuse Part II
Degradability of PolyβHydroxybutyrates Correlation with Chemical Microstructure
Enzymatic Degradability of PolyβHydroxybutyrate as a Function of Tacticity
Genetically Modified Starch as an Industrial Raw Material
Silylated Cellulose Materials in Design of Supramolecular Structures of Ultrathin Cellulose Films

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