Applications of Biopolymers and Polymer Chemistry

Biopolymers are polymers made by living organisms. Biopolymers contain monomeric units that are covalently bonded from larger structures. Cellulose is the most commonly occurring organic compound and biopolymer on earth. The term Polymer refers to a molecule whose structure consists of multiple continuance units, from that originates a characteristic of high relative molecular mass and attendant properties. Polymers have properties that build them appropriate to be used in protective product from wetness, increasing shelf-life and creating product easier to dispense. Each Biopolymer has its own material specific properties.

  • Biopolymers for food packaging
  • Advances in biopolymer productions
  • Renewable biomass Sources
  • Biopolymers in molecular recognition
  • Polymers in electronics

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