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Lysoluble Plastics

44/2010

As energy and material resources become scarcer we are increasingly obliged to conceive integral material cycles. Lysoluble plastic is a good example of this. The plastic is not affected by water but dissolves when an alkaline solution is added. Lysoluble plastics that have this special property can even be separated out from mixed materials and waste. Following the reduction of the ph value and drying the polymer chains are precipitated as white powder. The latter can be used again without any deterioration in quality. Using a foam-like material structure appreciably accelerates the solution speed.

 

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