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CIGR Handbook of Agricultural Engineering, Volume V Energy and Biomass Engineering, Chapter 3 Biomass Engineering, Part 3.5 Biomass Feedstocks, Part 3.5.2 Bioplastics
Published by the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, St. Joseph, Michigan www.asabe.orgCitation: CIGR Handbook of Agricultural Engineering, Volume V Energy and Biomass Engineering, Chapter 3 Biomass Engineering, Part 3.5 Biomass Feedstocks, Part 3.5.2 Bioplastics, pp 304-310. .(doi:10.13031/2013.36424)
Authors: D. S. Scott, R. L. Legge
Keywords: Section Headings: Microbial Cellulose, Polyhydroxyalkanoates
First paragraph: Over the past couple of decades there has been increased interest in the production of biodegradable polymeric materials or plastics that are appropriate for pharmaceutical, medical, electrical, or agrochemical applications. This has fueled research in the development of polymeric materials that can be derived from microbial sources. Microbial polymers of possible interest in this area include microbial cellulose, polyhydroxyalkanoates, and thermoplastic starches.(Download PDF) (Export to EndNotes)