Chemical or tertiary recycling is a collective term for advanced processes to depolymerize
plastic waste to recover base chemicals for the chemical industry [2, 3].
These studies have shown that mytilids adjust to high salinity by activation of metabolic pathways, such as the induction of peptidases to depolymerize
proteins and activation of enzymes catalyzing the alanine dehydrogenase reaction that utilizes ammonia and pyruvic acid in the formation of free alanine, to increase the concentration of osmotically active intracellular free amino acids in their tissues (e.
To study whether the abnormal microtubule structures induce chromosomal aberrations, we used the oryzalin to depolymerize
And while these materials are generally considered to be elastomers, a family of rigid urethanes known commercially as Isoplast reportedly depolymerize
when heated to their melt-processing temperatures and repolymerize when they solidify in the mold .
2008), and mild-acid hydrolysis that specifically desulfate and depolymerize
the SPs at determined sites (Melo & Mourao, 2008; Pomin, Valente, Pereira, & Mourao, 2005; Queiroz et al.
The results demonstrate that isosorbide is able to efficiently depolymerize
PET affording, after reaction with succinic acid, polymers with mainly carboxylic end-groups, suitable for the preparation of powder coatings (Fig.
This fungus is the main industrial source of cellulases and hemicellulases used to depolymerize
biomass to simple sugars that are converted to chemical intermediates and biofuels, such as ethanol .
GreenMantra's CEO Tim Haig says that using heat to depolymerize
plastics is nothing new.
Intralesional calcium channel blockers, which depolymerize
actin (19) and inhibit protein synthesis, (5) have shown promising results in nonrandomized early clinical trials.
The patent recognizes Arisdyne's unique ability to depolymerize
the grain by uniquely exposing entrapped starches, thereby increasing the rate of liquefaction of the starch.
These basidiomycetes are unusual in that they rapidly depolymerize
the cellulose in wood without removing the surrounding lignin that normally prevents microbial attack (16).
With additional curative agents the viscous material can be moulded into new products (Sangdo, Earnest, 1997) Supercritical water can be used to controllably depolymerize
the rubber compounds.