Advances in Plastics for Antimicrobials, Photo-responsive Films, Heat Dissipation, Bonding 3D Element Layers, and Hydrogen Sulfide Removal

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This edition of the Plastics Advisor TOE profiles an antibacterial plastic developed using zinc, using a bio-based polymer as an effluent treatment additive, and a polymer that can dissipate heat. The issue also highlights the use of microwave irradiation to fuse 3D printed elements, a method to enable photoresponsive movement, a method to remove H2S from waste gas streams using polymeric catalyst. It also highlights how sulfur (VI) fluoride exchange click reaction can be used to produce polysulfates.

Plastics Advisor TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) provides intelligence on technologies, products, processes, applications, and strategic insights of various plastics and composites and also analyses their impact across various industries.

The Materials and Coatings cluster tracks research and innovation trends and developments across specialty chemicals, plastics, polymers, chemicals, bio-chemicals, metals, coatings, thinfilms, surface treatments, composites, alloys, oil and gas, fuel additives, fibers, and several other related technologies and their impact and applications across industries.

Keywords: Antibacterial plastics, zinc, bio-based polymers, 3D printed elements, photoresponsive movement, polysulfates, hydrogen sulfide

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Advances in Plastics for Antimicrobials, Photo-responsive Films, Heat Dissipation, Bonding 3D Element Layers, and Hydrogen Sulfide RemovalResearch Advances in Plastics and PolymersUsing the Trace Form of Zinc for Developing Antibacterial PlasticsVegetable-based Cationic Organic Polymer as an Effluent Treatment AdditiveEnabling Photo Responsive Movement by Coating Azobenzene on a Plastic FilmPolymer with the Ability to Dissipate HeatApplying Microwave Irradiation to Fuse 3D printed Element Interlayers Using Biocompatible Feedstock to Develop PolycarbonatesUsing Sulfur (VI) Fluoride Exchange Click Reaction to Produce PolysulfatesRemoval of Hydrogen Sulfide from Waste Gas Streams Using Catalysts Impregnated in PolymersIndustry ContactsKey ContactsKey Contacts (continued)




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