Ibm And Stanford University Launched A New Plastics Recycling Catalyst


Ibm And Stanford University Launched A New Plastics Recycling Catalyst
HC plastic mesh News: IBM and Stanford University researchers said they had developed a help to the development of new polymers and new Plastic Regeneration of the catalyst technology.

According to the researchers say, the new biodegradable biocompatible polymer through organic catalysis is possible. The technology is expected to promote health care and micro- Electronic And many other markets for sustainable development initiatives.

Researchers in “Polymer” Science published a paper detailing a number of environmentally sound development of active organic catalyst for family outcomes. They can be converted into renewable resources such as metal-based catalysts made of traditional materials to match existing products.

The paper also described the life cycle can be closed as far as possible the regeneration strategy to reduce environmental impact.

In addition, the research team also developed a strategy to produce ring Polyester And the medical use of new biocompatible polymer family.

IBM alumni, as the IBM Almaden Laboratory in California study of JosephineCheng vice president, said in a press release: “We are exploring new technology applications to exercise our expertise in materials science, for creating enabling environment and to contribute to a sustainable future. “

She added: “Developing a new family of organic catalysts to various aspects of green chemistry is more adaptive, and opens the door for innovative applications, such as the production of biodegradable plastics, such as improving the regeneration process and the administration.”

Researchers to PET As a catalyst for regeneration can benefit from the new one of the major areas. They said that now, one-time Plastic bottles Faced with a very severe environmental challenges. They said that such bottles can be recycled only once, and then to the carpet and other forms of secondary products to be disposed of in landfill.

An industry spokesman PE T bottles in the recycling and limits to make a strong argument to refute.

National Association for PET Container Resources (NA PC OR) DennisSabourin executive director, said in a telephone interview: “We encourage the development of new PET recycling technology, but please do not unfounded attributed to them do not have regeneration. This argument is simply nonsense.” ALMADEN California news (March 22, 2010) IBM and Stanford University researchers say they have developed a help to the development of new polymers and new methods of catalyst technology of plastic recycling.

According to the researchers say, the new biodegradable biocompatible polymer through organic catalysis is possible. The technology is expected to promote health care and micro-electronics market, and many other sustainable development initiatives.

Researchers in “Polymer” Science published a paper detailing a number of environmentally sound development of active organic catalyst for family outcomes. They can be converted into renewable resources such as metal-based catalysts made of traditional materials to match existing products.

The paper also described in closed loop life cycle to minimize the environmental impact of the regeneration strategy.

In addition, the research team also developed a strategy to produce cyclic polyester and medical use of new biocompatible polymer family.

IBM alumni, as the IBM Almaden Laboratory in California study of JosephineCheng vice president, said in a press release: “We are exploring new technology applications to exercise our expertise in materials science, for creating enabling environment and to contribute to a sustainable future. “

She added: “Developing a new family of organic catalysts of green chemistry is more multifaceted adaptation, and opens the door for innovative applications, such as the production of biodegradable plastics, such as improving the regeneration process and the administration.”

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