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The First Things to Break Down in Plastic
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Finding Genius Podcast
Published 3 months ago |

Have you ever wondered what breaks down first in plastic when it starts degrading?

Kalliat T. Valsaraj, a Charles and Hilda Roddy Distiguished Professor of Chemical Engineering at Louisiana State University, describes the process to us in this reel! 🤔

According to Kalliat, a number of components in plastic degrade faster than its backbone materials. 👈

He points out that some of the WEAK points any plastic can have include additives and plasticizers that give the plastic its varying characteristics such as color, elasticity, and durability. 👀

To learn more about how plastic breaks down and turns into microplastic, listen to the full episode here:

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