photodegradable


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pho·to·de·grad·a·ble

(fō′tō-dĭ-grā′də-bəl)
adj.
Capable of being chemically broken down by light.
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Differential scanning calorimetry was used to observe the melting behavior of the PE films with photodegradable additive; crystallinity and melting temperature both slightly increased.
Microfoam Green is an alternative for those wishing to visually communicate the product's environmental profile, say the manufacturer and Microfoam's photodegradable properties were recently validated by an independent lab.
Slower growth is expected for photodegradable films such as ring carriers due to a maturing beverage container segment and competition from shrink film and paper board packaging.
Photodegradable plastics degrade after prolonged exposure to sunlight, so they will not degrade if buried in a landfill, a compost heap, or other dark environment, or if heavily overprinted.
Other areas covered include photografting and photoablation of polymeric materials, organic light-emitting diodes, photodegradable polymers, and photoinitiators for free radical polymerization reactions.
Munir Qayyum, CE Agri Packaging (Pvt) Ltd also give presentation on Photodegradable Polythene Technology.
This can also help the organization to avoid or minimize the utilization of depleting resources and can encourage the use of recyclable, biodegradable, photodegradable, and compostable resources.
The medium is photodegradable so it breaks down quite rapidly when exposed to ultraviolet light from the sun.
Paraquat is considered safe for many agricultural uses because the compound is easily photodegradable with low mobility in clay and organic rich soils.
Maarooufi, "Photooxidation and biodegradation of commercial photodegradable polyethylenes," Polymer Degradation and Stability, vol.
We are offering you a free tree of your choice, packaged in its own photodegradable tree shelter.