polyethene


Also found in: Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

polyethene

(ˌpɒlɪˈɛθiːn)
n
(Elements & Compounds) the systematic name for polythene
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
It also forms part of environmentally friendly products as it reduces the use of environmentally damaging materials, such as polyethene and its plastic derivatives," he added.
Soil samples (n=30) were taken in the polyethene bags and dried in shade to avoid Hg evaporation after sieving they were powdered in cup mill.
Environmental pollution is increasing significantly, becoming uncontrollable, drainages and roads are being trashed by empty beverage cans, materials, and polyethene bags utilised in our day to day lives.
The soil and water samples collected in polyethene bags and pre-cleaned polypropylene bottles.
The farmer should install sticks around the small mango plants and wrap polyethene sheet around it as it would help saving plants from frost and moisture, Naveed maintained.
The dried duckweeds were gathered and grounded into fine particle and sieved through a mesh size of 2 mm and stored in a polyethene bag before been used for feed formulation.
All samples were placed into sterile bottles and polyethene bags and stored at 4[degrees]C (11).
These mats were allowed to dry and using a surgical knife, they were peeled from the collector and stored in clean polyethene bags at a temperature of 4^C until subjected to surface modification.
5 L Polyethene bottle (PET) and was stored at 4[degrees]C to prevent biodegradation from June to August, 2014.