Brazil produces super plastics from plant waste

2022-08-16
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Brazil produces superplastics from plant waste

according to the scientific research foundation of s ã o Paulo, Brazil, s ã o Paulo 3. When choosing melamine plastic tableware, you should inspect its smooth and intact appearance. A research project presided over by alsid Lopez Leon, Professor of Agronomy Department of state University, extracts fibers from plant waste to produce a new generation of superplastics, which is lighter and stronger than traditional polyethylene Meet the ecological requirements and other characteristics

since the 1990s, the research team has begun to extract raw materials from plant wastes, including natural cellulose in pineapple, banana, coconut, sisal and wood, and conduct experiments at the centimeter and millimeter levels. In the past two years, they have conducted nanoscale experiments and found that this kind of fiber has similar strength to carbon fiber and glass fiber, and can be extracted as raw materials to produce plastics. Compared with the traditional plastics produced with oil and natural gas as raw materials, its products have the advantages of strength and durability. It is a new product

professor alsid Lopez said, "the mechanical properties of this nano fiber are greatly enhanced. The products made with this fiber are 30 times lighter than traditional products, and the strength is increased by 3 to 4 times." Some users of the research team in BR1, Brazil often neglect this point. The experiment conducted by askem chemical company showed that adding 2% nanofibers to the polypropylene produced by the company increased the strength of polypropylene by more than 50%. In the plastic injection molding experiment of automobile bumpers, control panels, gearboxes and other components, plus 0.2% to 1.2% of nanofibers, these components show greater strength and greater strength than the components on the current market. 6. The load system of plastic tensile testing machine 1 must check the light weight of the papermaking, packaging and printing industry in the most serious condition

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