New-to-the-world Biopolyesters

Bio-based polyesters are of high interest through academic and business scientists and engineers. One member of this family is poly (lactic acid), PLA, is renewable, biocompatible and additionally biodegradable and is one of the maximum widely used biopolyesters. PLA is acquired both by ring establishing polymerization (ROP) of lactide or by direct polycondensation of lactic acid. Another biopolyester with a wide range of exciting properties are Polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHA).

• Polyhydroxyalkanoates

• Polylactic Acid

• Biotechnological Production of Polyhydroxyalkanoates.

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