Biodestructive plasticizer for polyvinyl chloride based on tertiary amide of undecenoic acid
Keywords:plasticizer, biodestructiveness, bacteria, PVC
The synthesis of a new plasticizer for PVC, namely N, N-dibutyluncecenolamide, was carried out, and its biodegradability was studied.
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