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JOURNAL OF POLYMERS AND THE ENVIRONMENT

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1566-2543

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1572-8900

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  • chemical engineering (Engineering and Technology)
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  • Degradation of polycaprolactone modified with TPS or CaCO3 in biotic/abiotic seawater
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    • A. Guzman-Sielicka
    • H. Janik
    • P. Sielicki

    - JOURNAL OF POLYMERS AND THE ENVIRONMENT - Year 2012

    This paper is an investigation of the polymer degradation process in two types of seawater (with and without microorganisms) sourced from the Baltic Sea. The chosen polymeric materials were polycaprolactone modified with either thermoplastic starch (PCL/TPS>85%) or calcium carbonate (60% PCL/40% CaCO3) compared directly against unmodified polycaprolactone. All samples were incubated for 28 weeks in seawater with and without microorganisms...

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  • Degradation of Polycaptolactone Modified with TPS or CaCO3 in Biotic/Abiotic Sewater
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    • A. Guzman-Sielicka
    • H. Janik
    • P. Sielicki

    - JOURNAL OF POLYMERS AND THE ENVIRONMENT - Year 2012

    The polymer degradation process in two types of water sourced from the Baltic Sea was investigated. Polycaprolactone modified with thermoplastic starch(PCL/TPS>85%) or calcium carbonate (60% PCL/40% CaCO3)and PCL alone were incubated for 28 weeks in sea water with and without microrganisms. The experimental results indicated that in each of the experiments degradation occured. The process was more effective in sea water with microorganisms.Modification...

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