Many scientists from prestigious universities in the world have researched different aspects of the oxo-degradable polymers. You can get acquainted with some of their research in the documents below:
Chiellini,E, Corti,A, Antone,S.D’, Swift, G.
“Biodegradation of Thermally-Oxidized, Fragmented Low density Polyethylenes.” Polymer Degradation and. Stability, Elsevier. 3 January 2003
Bonhomme, S, Cuer, A., Delort, A-M., Lemaire, Sancelme, M., and Scott, G.
“Environmental Biodegradation of
polyethylene.” Polymer Degradation and. Stability, Elsevier. 25 March 2003
Chiellini,E, Corti,A, Antone,S.D’, Baciu, R..
“Oxo-biodegradable carbon backbone polymers – Oxidative degradation of polyethylene under accelerated test
conditions.” Polymer Degradation and. Stability, Elsevier. 27 March 2006
Billingham, N.C, Chiellini, E., Corti, A., Baciu, R., and Wiles, D.M.,
“Environmentally Degradable Plastics Based on Oxo-biodegradation of Conventional Polyolefins.” NCB, Pisa Paper; 2002
Billingham,N.C, Wiles, D.M., Cermak, B. E. Cermak, Gho J.G., Hare, C.W. J., Tung, J.F.
“Controlled – Lifetime Environmentally Degradable Plastics Based on Conventional