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An Infinitely Recyclable Plastic?

News   Apr 23, 2021 | Original story from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

 
An Infinitely Recyclable Plastic?

PDK plastic readily breaks down when put in an acidic solution. The acid helps to break the bonds between the monomers and separate them from the chemical additives that give plastic its look and feel. Credit: Peter Christensen/ Berkeley Lab

 
 
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