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Plants as a Source of Safer Flame Retardants?

News   Aug 28, 2019 | Original story from the American Chemical Society.

 
Plants as a Source of Safer Flame Retardants?

A flammable epoxy resin (left) burns, but one coated with a plant-derived flame retardant (right) does not. Credit: Yoseph Getachew.

 
 
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