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Catia Bastioli, Angelos Rallis, Roberto Lombi: Biodegradable material for injection molding and articles obtained therewith. Novamont, Connolly Bove Lodge & Hutz, June 12, 2008: US20080134986-A1

A biodegradable material containing starch, a polyvinyl alcohol-co-vinyl acetate copolymer and plasticizer is provided. The material is injection moldable to produce articles such as those for entertaining animals.


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Catia Bastioli, Angelos Rallis: Biodegradable polyester, preparation process thereof and products comprising said polyester. Novamont, Connolly Bove Lodge & Hutz, January 27, 2011: US20110020660-A1

The invention relates to a biodegradable polyester, particularly suitable for extrusion coating, comprising units deriving from at least a diacid and at least a diol, with long chain branches (isometric with respect to the main chains of the polyester) and essentially gel-free, characterized by opti ...


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Catia Bastioli, Angelos Rallis, Roberto Lombi: Biodegradable material for injection molding and articles obtained therewith. Novamont, Connolly Bove Lodge & Hutz, January 21, 2010: US20100016470-A1

The invention relates to a starch based biodegradable material comprising starch, polyvinyl-alcohol-co-vinylacetate copolymer and at least one plasticizer and to articles obtained therefrom particularly suitable to be injection molded.


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Catlia Bastioli, Angelos Rallis, Roberto Lombi: Biodergradable composition having high mechanical characteristics. Novamont, Connolly Bove Lodge & Hutz, April 1, 2010: US20100081737-A1

The invention relates to a starch based biodegradable composition comprising starch, a polyvinyl alcohol co-vinyl acetate copolymer and pentaerythritol, which can be produced industrially according to the techniques commonly used for traditional plastics.


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Bastioli Catia, Raffa Giuseppe, Angelos Rallis: Cotton buds sticks of plastic material. Novamont, August 27, 1996: JP1996-215246

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To produce a water breakable and fast biodegradable cotton buds stick by an injection molding using as start material a natural high polymer material or a synthetic polymer which is water-soluble or dispersible under water while being fast biodegradable when turned thermoplasti ...


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Bastioli Catia, Bellotti Vittorio, Del Tredici Gianfranco, Angelos Rallis: Biodegradable plastic material foamed article and production therefor. Novamont, October 9, 1995: JP1995-258453

PURPOSE: To provide biodegradable plastic material foamed articles which are composed of agglomeration of foamed particles constituted by a thermoplastic starch, a thermoplastic polymer and water, and are excellent in mechanical properties, elasticity and compressibility and suitable for protective ...


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