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  • Author:
    Kishan Khemani,Carmen Scholz
  • ISBN:
    084123972X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0841239722
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    American Chemical Society (September 23, 2006)
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    456 pages
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    Medicine
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Biodegradable polymers can be classified into two categories: environmentally degradable polymers and . Khemani KC, Scholz C (2006) Degradable polymers and materials, principles and practice, vol 939, ACS symposium series.

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This text represents the state of the art in the field of fire and polymers, with specific emphasis on non-halogen approaches to flame retardancy. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.

Degradable Hydrocarbon Polymers in Waste and Litter Control G. Scott, . oceedings{, title {Degradable polymers : principles and applications}, author {Gerald Scott and Dan Gilead}, year {1995} }. Gerald Scott, Dan Gilead. 1. Why Biodegradable Polymers? G. Scott. 2. An Overview of Biodegradable Polymers and Biodegradation of Polymers . 3. Degradation and Stabilization of Carbon-Chain Polymers G. 4. Techniques and Methods of Polymer Degradation S. Karlsson, . C. 5. Biodegradation of Aliphatic Polyesters Suming Li, M. Vert.

This book is an excellent guide to biobased and biodegradable polymeric materials. It summarizes current knowledge on polymer degradation mechanisms and provides insight into recent, state of the art syntheses of (bio)degradable polymers. The book captures the shift that is currently observed in polymer industries, which takes the industry from a strict petroleum-based business to an industry that starts to incorporate biobased raw materials and seeks actively to manufacture materials that are environmentally benign. The book describes various aspects of current polymer research with special emphasis on natural polymers, syntheses and modifications of polyesters and characterization technologies that allow to elucidate degradation mechanisms. The understanding of polymer degradation is not limited anymore to hydrolytic processes, this book captures new approaches to the degradation of plastic materials ranging from photodegradation to the regulation of genes of polymer-degrading microorganisms. A profound part of the book is dedicated to poly(lactic acid) a polymer that is now produced in large scale from renewable resources, the modification, copolymerization, application and engineering of this material is discussed in detail and a comprehensive review is provided.