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Takahashi Ikuo, Iida Hirotaka, Nakamura Norimasa, Yamazaki Yoshihiro, Takeuchi Takeshi: Biodegradable plastic composition, shaped article and method for controlling biodegradation speed utilizing the same. Nisshinbo, June 3, 2004: JP2004-155993 (1 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a biodegradable plastic composition that is capable of stably controlling the biodegradation speed and that exhibits enhanced hydrolytic resistance, weatherability, especially excellent durability, to provide a shaped article thereof and to provide a method for contr ...


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Takahashi Ikuo, Iida Hirotaka: Biodegradable plastics composition, molded article of the composition, and method of controlling biodegradation rate. Nisshin Spinning, November 14, 2007: EP1854837-A2 (1 worldwide citation)

Provided are: a biodegradable plastics composition which controls a biodegradation rate with a synergistic controlling effect on three components, adjusts a hydrolysis rate, and shows significantly improved weatherability; a molded article of the composition; and a method of controlling the biodegra ...


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Bastioli Catia, Bellotti Vittorio, Del Giudice Luciano, Lombi Roberto: Polymer compositions for the production of articles of biodegradable plastics material and method for their preparation.. Butterfly, July 24, 1991: EP0437561-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

Polymer compositions useful for the production of articles of biodegradable plastics material with improved biodegradability include destructed starch and a polymer selected from the group consisting of ethylene-vinyl alcohol, polyvinyl alcohol and mixtures thereof wherein at least a portion of the ...


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Mueller Rolf, Innerebner Frederico, Smith Paul, Tervoort Theo A: Polysaccharide-based network and method for the production thereof. Innogel, July 21, 2004: EP1438072-A2 (1 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to the production of polysaccharide networks, especially starch networks, having high a network density, high solidity, a low swelling degree and exhibiting reduced water absorption. The invention also relates to the uses thereof, especially in the field of biodegradable plasti ...


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Takabe Atsushi: Plastic molding with heat deformable engaging part made of biodegradable plastic. Leben, January 8, 2002: JP2002-000353 (1 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To realize a tough engaging part which can be attached or detached by hot water at the time of an assembly, a repair, a checkup, and a replacement, to provide a sanitary toothbrush with which dirt is not accumulated at the end of a handle and the brush of which its easily alter ...


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Kono Takashi, Wada Katsushi, Shishida Kenichi: Method of solubilization of polylactic acid-based biodegradable plastic. Takuma, September 2, 2005: JP2005-232336 (1 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a method of solubilization of polylactic acid-based biodegradable plastics.SOLUTION: The method of solubilization of polylactic acid-based biodegradable plastics includes a step in which the polylactic acid biodegradable plastics and wastewater obtained after methane ...


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Shirai Yoshito, Furusaki Masaru: Preparation of high purity l-lactic acid. Shirai Yoshito, September 12, 2000: JP2000-245491 (1 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To obtain high purity L-lactic acid for raw material of a biodegradable plastics or the like by adding lactobacillus producing L-lactic acid to an organic waste in a larger amount to the normal bacteria flora in the waste in the active concentration ratio in an open system with ...


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Domb Abraham J, Langer Robert S: Disposable medical supplies from hydrolytically biodegradable plastics. Domb Abraham J, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Langer Robert S, PABST Patrea L, July 6, 2006: WO/2006/071813 (1 worldwide citation)

Hydrolytically degradable polymers in the form of biodegradable disposable medical devices for use in medicine and laboratories such as syringes, test tubes, catheters, tubing, trays, medical fabrics, and gloves are described. The devices are formed in whole or in part of a hydrolytically degradable ...


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Rolf Muller, Federico Innerebner, Paul Smith, Theo A Tervoort: Polysaccharide based network and method for the production thereof. InnoGEL, K&L Gates, April 10, 2012: US08153783

The production of polysaccharide networks, especially starch networks, having a high network density, high solidity, a low swelling degree, and exhibiting reduced water absorption and to the uses thereof, especially, in the filed of biodegradable plastics.


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John F Robyt, Rupendra Mukerjea: Linear and cyclic sucrose reaction products, their preparation and their use. Iowa State University Research Foundation, McDermott Will & Emery, August 28, 2001: US06281351

Sucrose ester and ether products, useful as food or beverage bulking agents, reduced calorie sweeteners, fat replacement agents, stabilizing agents, thickening agents and emulsifying agents; adhesives; biodegradable plastics and films; sizing agents for paper and textiles; ethical pharmaceuticals an ...



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