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An eco-friendly approach for toughening of polylactic acid

Dec 08, 2017 · Sustainable and biocompatible novel lactic acid based bioelastomer (LBPE) was synthesized by polycondensation process which has been confirmed by FTIR and 1H NMR. Owing to the resemblances in the lactate structures of polylactic acid (PLA) and LBPE, the synthesized LBPE bioelastomers can act as an excellent PLA toughener in presence of free radical initiator dicumyl Employing a novel bioelastomer to toughen - ScienceDirectApr 19, 2013 · 1. Introduction. Biobased polymers from renewable resources have received considerable interests from academia and industry in recent years, due to environmental concerns for ever-declining petroleum resources , , .The use of biobased polymers is currently a major alternative to conventional petroleum-based polymers, and will provide a solution to the environment problem of plastic wastes .

Fully biobased polylactide/epoxidized soybean oil resin

Sep 01, 2019 · 1. Introduction. Biobased and biodegradable polymers have attracted more and more attentions with the ever-increasing concerns on both environmental pollutions and resources crisis [, , , , , , ].Among these polymers, polylactide (PLA) has many advantages such as excellent mechanical strength, high melting temperature, easy processability, excellent biocompatibility and biodegradability. Nanocomposites of halloysite and polylactide - ScienceDirectMay 01, 2013 · The influence of Hal on the mechanical properties of PLA was firstly investigated. Hal significantly improved both tensile and flexural properties of PLA, and the increase was proportional with the loading of Hal (Fig. 3 and Table 1).For example, the tensile strength, flexural strength and flexural modulus of Hal-PLA nanocomposites with 30 phr Hal were 74.1 MPa, 108.3 MPa and 6.56 GPa, which Polylactide:the polymer revolutionizing the biomedical Jan 01, 2019 · Polylactic acid is prepared by the polymerization of monomer lactide which is obtained from lactic acid (Hartmann, 1998, Auras et al., 2004, Mehta et al., 2005, Södergård and Stolt, 2002, Doi and Steinbüchel, 2002).PLA synthesis can be done through three main pathways as shown in Fig. 11.1.Simple polymerization of lactic acid yields a low-molecular-weight and brittle polymer which is

Polymer Reviews:Vol 48, No 1

Feb 15, 2008 · All journal articles featured in Polymer Reviews vol 48 issue 1. Access provided by Vol 58, 2018 Vol 57, 2017 Vol 56, 2016 Vol 55, 2015 Vol 54, 2014 Vol 53, 2013 Vol 52, 2012 Vol 51, 2011 Vol 50, 2010 Vol 49, 2009 Volume 48, 2008 Vol 47, 2007 Vol 46, 2006 Vol 45, 2005 Vol 44, 2004 Vol 43, 2003 Vol 42, 2002 Vol 41, 2001 Vol 40, 2000 Vol Polymers from Renewable Resources:A Perspective for a (2008). Polymers from Renewable Resources:A Perspective for a Special Issue of Polymer Reviews. Polymer Reviews:Vol. 48, No. 1, pp. 1-10. Toughening of Poly(L-lactide) with Blends of Poly( Sep 12, 2018 · 1. Introduction. Poly(L-lactic acid) or poly(L-lactide) (PLLA) is one of the most well-known biodegradable polymers that has attracted increasing interest for use in clinical applications such as drug delivery systems, tissue engineering, and long-term implantable devices [14].This is due to its low toxicity, biocompatibility, biodegradability, and processability [57].

Toughening polylactide by dynamic vulcanization with

May 01, 2017 · 1. Introduction. Polylactide (PLA) has attracted considerable attention from both academia and industry, due to its considerable appealing properties, such as biodegradability, biocompatibility, renewability, high mechanical strength, high melting temperature and easy processibility , , , .However, PLA is very brittle with short elongation at break and very low impact strength, which US5756651A - Impact modified polylactide - Google SearchUS5756651A US08/682,095 US68209596A US5756651A US 5756651 A US5756651 A US 5756651A US 68209596 A US68209596 A US 68209596A US 5756651 A US5756651 A US 5756651A Toughening Polylactide:Polymer Reviews:Vol 48, No 1(2008). Toughening Polylactide. Polymer Reviews:Vol. 48, No. 1, pp. 85-108.