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eBook Bio-Based Polymers: Recent Progress (Macromolecular Symposia) ePub

by Seung Soon Im,Young Ha Kim,Jin-San Yoon,In-Joo Chin

  • ISBN: 3527313273
  • Category: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: Seung Soon Im,Young Ha Kim,Jin-San Yoon,In-Joo Chin
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wiley-VCH; 1 edition (August 19, 2005)
  • Pages: 388
  • ePub book: 1550 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1885 kb
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Young Ha Kim, Seung Soon Im, In-Joo Chin. Bio-based polymers can make excellent candidates for sustainable materials

Young Ha Kim, Seung Soon Im, In-Joo Chin. Bio-based polymers can make excellent candidates for sustainable materials. In this regard, the most recent advances in the biodegradable and bio-based polymers and plastics field were discussed at the 8th World Conference on Biodegradable Polymers and Plastics.

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Mal Nam Kim. Seung-Soon Im. Jin San Yoon. Mal Nam Kim. Although progress has been made in the study of biodegradable polyesters, little attention was given to aliphatic/alicyclic copolyesters. Maximum temperature during the thermophilic phase and moisture content were controlled in the course of composting to examine the effects of these composting conditions on the quality of the compost used for the evaluation of the biodegradability of plastics. The moisture content during composting was controlled at 65%, while keeping the maximum temperature below 46°C, 58°C and 70°C, respectively.

Seung-Soon Im Hyeon Young Park Jong Cheol Shon In-Sung Chung Ho Chan . Tae-Hyun Kim Hail Kim Joo-Man Park Seung-Soon Im Jin-Sik Bae Mi-Young Kim Ho-Geun Yoon Ji-Young Ch. .

Seung-Soon Im Hyeon Young Park Jong Cheol Shon In-Sung Chung Ho Chan Cho Kwang-Hyeon Liu Dae-Kyu Song. Department of Fiber and Polymer Engineering, Hanyang University, 17 Haengdang-dong, Seoul, 133-791 Korea. Tae-Hyun Kim Hail Kim Joo-Man Park Seung-Soon Im Jin-Sik Bae Mi-Young Kim Ho-Geun Yoon Ji-Young Cha Kyung-Sup Kim Yong-Ho Ahn. J Biol Chem 2009 May 14;284(22):15071-83.

Sam Choi, Seung Goo Lee, Seung Soon Im, Seong Hun Kim, Yong Lak Jo. Complete exfoliation of montmorillonite during Ti-based Ziegler-Natta polymerization of ethylene has been successfully carried out by using montmorillonite (MMT-OH) modified with intercalation agents.

Sam Choi, Seung Goo Lee, Seung Soon Im, Seong Hun Kim, Yong Lak Joo. 2003. Complete exfoliation of montmorillonite during Ti-based Ziegler-Natta polymerization of ethylene has been successfully carried out by using montmorillonite (MMT-OH) modified with intercalation agent. More).

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Bio-Based Polymers: Recent Progess. Biodegradation of Plastics in Compost Prepared at Different Composting Conditions, 355 Sang Bum Joo, Mal Nam Kim, Seung Soon Im, Jin San Yoon. 8th World Conference on Biodegradable Polymers and Plastics (BDPP8), Seoul (Korea), 2004. Microbial Poly(hydroxy alkanoate)s. Systems Biological Approach for the Production of Various s by Metabolically Engineered Escherichia coli, 1 Si Jae Park, Sang Yup Lee. Accelerated Microbial Degradation of Poly(L-lactide), 367 Yutaka Tokiwa, Amnat Jarerat.

Biodegradable Polymers and Plastics. Proceedings of the selected papers will be published in Macromolecular Symposia. A number of leaders in the biodegradable polymers and plastics industry participated in the conference. The Eighth World Conference on Biodegradable Polymers and Plastics was held at Hanyang University in Seoul, Korea, from 1–4 June 2004.

The Polymer Society of Korea organized successful PPC-5 in 1997 at Kyeongju . Chang-Sik HA,Seung Soon IM.,Yong Soo KANG,Chulhee KIM.

The Polymer Society of Korea organized successful PPC-5 in 1997 at Kyeongju, Korea with 820 participants and 587 papers presented. Thirteen years have passed since PPC-5 and polymer science, polymer industry and Polymer Society of Korea have shown remarkable growth. It will be a good opportunity to discuss the recent progress in polymer science and engineering and future perspectives on advanced polymers. We hope the conference will provide the young polymer scientists to gather together and form a network in the Pacific basin for the future collaboration.

There is an ever-increasing demand for manufacturing plastics out of sustainable resource because raw materials derived from fossils fuels are rather limited. Bio-based polymers can make excellent candidates for such materials, and they can make excellent candidates for such materials, and they can contribute to the well0 being of humankind by preserving the earth from nondegradable plastic waste. Biodegradable plastics are particularly important when the recycling of plastic waste becomes impossible or very difficult.