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Free eBook Download: ‘Plastics from Bacteria: Natural Functions and Applications’

November 7th, 2013 | Posted by in Market and Industry

Here’s an opportunity to download a 450-page book about a topic not everyone yet realizes is true. Plastics from bacteria? Really? Yes, really. We’re doing it; others are doing it; strong global markets and a growing consumer demand worldwide are developing quickly and driving innovation. Thus, this new volume: Plastics from Bacteria: Natural Functions and Applications Book.

In this new overview, among other things, succinic acid and its polymer polybutylene succinate (PBS) are discussed. One caveat: I haven’t yet attempted the download and so can’t vouch for the quality of the book’s content. If you opt to read it and have a review of it for us, please forward your comment here.

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