Biocides in plastics.1859575129
Biocides in plastics.
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German-born American stage and film director whose credits include The Odd Couple (1965) and the motion pictures Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966) and , Dean.
This report provides a list of frequently used biocide biocide (bī`əsīd'), synonym for pesticide. test methods and commonly available biocides, along with details of their strengths and weaknesses. It also examines the influence of legislation on the current and future use of such biocides. The introductory sections explain the need for biocides in plastics and basic microbiology microbiology: see biology.
Scientific study of microorganisms, a diverse group of simple life-forms including protozoans, algae, molds, bacteria, and viruses. and describe plastic materials requiring biocides. Facts and claims in the report are cross-referenced with the References and Abstracts section. The references and abstracts are the results of a search of the Rapra Polymer polymer (pŏl`əmər), chemical compound with high molecular weight consisting of a number of structural units linked together by covalent bonds (see chemical bond). Library database, although sources outside the database are also listed at the end of the review. An index accompanies the References and Abstracts section.
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