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  • Mimicking a sweet solution to mop up pollution

    A fast and safe method to prepare a 3D porous material that mimics the shape of a honeycomb could have broad applications from catalysis to drug delivery or for filtering air to remove pollutants or viruses. Both the lattice of a honeycomb and the symmetry of a diatom are complex living structures c more

  • Agilyx Corporation and INEOS Styrolution sign development agreement for polystyrene recycling

    Agilyx Corporation and INEOS Styrolution have signed a joint development agreement to develop a recycling process for polystyrene based on “chemical recycling” in the USA. This collaboration is aimed at achieving a circular economy, where polystyrene waste is recycled into virgin, high-quality styre more

  • What the Smell Can Tell

    Breath analysis in disease diagnostics is a promising research field, and the advances in instrumentation allows the accurate detection of metabolites. But not only the health status of patients, but also the preservation status of museum artifacts could be monitored. Heritage science researchers ha more

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A Guide to Common Household Plastics

Plastic is everywhere in our day to day lives – but, of course, ‘plastic’ is just a catch-all term for a range of different chemical substances. This graphic takes a look at some of the more common plastics we encounter on a regular basis, and examines their chemical structures. Below, we’ll also ta more

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Rheology Focus Forum - Time-Temperature Superposition in Rheology - A Review

Ever since its discovery and critical study by some of the pioneers of polymer rheology and viscoelasticity (Leaderman, Tobolsky, Ferry, Plazek et al), time-temperature superposition (tTS) has proved to be a very useful tool to rheologists, enabling us to extend the time/frequency range of experimen

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Polystyrene

Polystyrene Polystyrene is an aromatic polymer made from the aromatic monomer styrene , a liquid hydrocarbon that is commercially manufactured from petroleum by the chemical industry . Polystyrene is a thermoplastic substance, normally ... more

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