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Biodegradation behavior of bacterial-based polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA) and DDGS composites
(Green Chemistry, 2014)
The extensive use of plastics in agriculture has increased the need for development and implementation of polymer materials that can degrade in soils under natural conditions. The biodegradation behavior in soil of ...
Biorenewable polymer composites from tall oil-based polyamide and lignin-cellulose fiber
(Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2015)
Tall oil-based polyamide (PA) was blended with lignin-cellulose fiber (LCF), an inexpensive, highly abundant byproduct of the pulp and paper industries, to produce environmental-friendly thermoplastic biocomposites. The ...