Inexpensive hydrolysable polymer developed

Tuesday, December 2, 2014 - 16:01 in Physics & Chemistry

Through some inventive chemistry, scientists have developed a class of 'hindered urea bond-containing polymeric materials' or 'poly(hindered urea)s' -- cheap polymers that can be designed to degrade over a specified time period, making them potentially useful in biomedical and agricultural applications.

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