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Un polymère recyclable pour potentiellement remplacer le plastique ?

Un produit "non toxique" pour faire retourner ce polymère à l'état non solide (moléculaire qu'ils disent).
Pas mal si effectivement ça peut remplacer, dans tous les cas (doute), le "plastique".

Extrait:

Colorado State University chemists have announced in the journal Science another major step toward waste-free, sustainable materials that could one day compete with conventional plastics. Led by Eugene Chen, professor in the Department of Chemistry, they have discovered a polymer with many of the same characteristics we enjoy in plastics, such as light weight, heat resistance, strength and durability. But the new polymer, unlike typical petroleum plastics, can be converted back to its original small-molecule state for complete chemical recyclability. This can be accomplished without the use of toxic chemicals or intensive lab procedures.

‘Infinitely’ recyclable polymer shows practical properties of plastics

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