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  • Abstract 2008
    research aims to find the most effective arrangement of drilled holes that provides the most destructive force in a given foundation. The effect of a non-explosive demolition agent on a given foundation using different geometric arrangements should vary. The most effective arrangement was determined by...
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  • PET <polyester>
    applications of plastics, a remarkable amount runs into ecosystem as wastes. The resulting waste plastic products caused serious environmental pollution being threat to ecology and human health. One of the important ways to reduce the waste plastic pollution is to develop biodegradable materials from...
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  • Plastic Age-Should We Welvome or Denounce It?
    The advent of Plastic Age was ground-breaking and the only idea that people had was how this new scientific discovery, plastic, could bring tonnes more money if they invested in it. No matter how the investors looked at it, they only saw mines of gold. One discovery led to another with better applications...
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  • Wound Healing Activity of Fire Tree (Delonix regia) Leaf Extract in Albino Mice"
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  • Causes of First World War
    plastic material is any of a wide range of synthetic or semi-synthetic organic solids that are moldable. Plastics are typically organic polymers of high molecular mass, but they often contain other substances. They are usually synthetic, most commonly derive d frompetrochemicals, but many are partially...
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  • Biodegradable Plastic Bags
    Chapter 1 Introduction Background of the Study Starch is a linear polymer (polysaccaride) made up of repeating glucose groups linked by glucosidic linkages in the 1-4 carbon positions. The length of the starch chains will vary with plant source but in general the average length is between 500...
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    INTRODUCTION A. Background of the Study Plastics are carbon-based polymers that are usually derived from petroleum. With the discovery of plastics, life became much more convenient because they are used to create a wide variety of useful materials. But discarded plastics are considered to be a big cause of...
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  • Computers: a Blessing or a Curse?
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  • Acetylation of Native Starch for Production of Biodegradable Plastics
    interesting alternative to replace non-biodegradable polymers which are normal components of these materials. The core problem of these starch based plastics is their hydrophilic character and the fact that they tend to become brittle with ageing. Unmodified starch is too much hydrophilic to be used as...
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  • Gine
    Chapter II Review of Related Literature Activated sludge as a possible source of biodegradable plastic Abstract Polyhydroxyalkanaote (PHA) is known to be temporarily stored by microorganisms in activated sludge especially in the anaerobic-aerobic processes. When PHA is extracted from activated sludge...
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  • Material Engineering
    developments in the production of biodegradable plastics. Today's world without plastics is incomprehensible. Bio-based and biodegradable plastics are a very promising innovation for both industry and the economy. Bioplastics are indeed plastics, but very special plastics. Compostability is the main material...
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  • Production of Fiber Reinforced Thermoplastic Composites from Treated and Untreated Water Hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) for Ceiling Tiles
    reinforcement in plastics. Recently, a lot of researches produced fiber reinforced materials. Reinforcements with polyethylene, polypropylene and other thermoplastic polymers are mixed to produce efficient composites. Natural fibers including wood, kenaf, coir, pineapple, rice starch and etc. are used...
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  • Science Investigatory Project
    Bioplastics from Milk fish scale and the commercially available plastics are closely related to each other and there are no significant differences in all treatments performed and there are no best treatments for the study. The most effective treatment for each parameter is measured by its highest mean...
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  • Taro Plastic
    Objectives: a. To be able to make a more biodegradable plastic bag using potatoes. b. To apply the value of patience and excellence while performing the project and; c. To find out if potato starch can be a potential replacement for petroleum based plastic. III. Procedures: 1. Wash, peel...
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  • Brochure - Global Biopolymers Bioplastics Market - Trends & Forecasts to 2018
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  • Determination of the tensile strength of star bioplastic cast-film reinforced with pineapple peel
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  • Bio-Polymer Chemistry Assessment Task
    Cellulose, Starch and Proteins. Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biopolymer#Polypeptides Biopolymer: Polylactic acid Formation: PLA is produced from a renewable source. For example corn. Corn is harvested and then milled to extract the starch from the raw materials. From the starch, dextrose...
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  • Final/09032010
    nos. ii iv 1 7 12 19 27 31 34 39 43 47 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Introduction Objective and scope of the Committee Municipal Solid Waste Management Plastic Waste Management Packaging Waste Management Construction and Demolition Waste Management Biomedical Waste Management E-Waste Management Hazardous Waste...
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  • Biology Project
    Plastic A plastic material is any of a wide range of synthetic or semi-synthetic organic solids that are moldable. Plastics are typically organic polymers of high molecular mass, but they often contain other substances. They are usually synthetic, most commonly derived from petrochemicals, but many...
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