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Plastic Composition by Mrs. Lumpkin
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BAN SINGLE USE PLASTIC!!!
can be made in MANY different ways.
Originally, it was made from the sap of ancient amber trees.
Next, shellac, a resin secreted by the female lac bug was made to make some plastics.
The process involves extracting cellulose from cotton and other plants by exposing it to nitric acid.
I'm not really a lac bug - sorry.
In a contest to come up with another material for ivory snooker balls, celluloid was born.
Leo Baekeland developed early synthetic plastic from petroleum.
Now, there's PLASTIC everywhere!!
Experiments using natural products like vegetable oils, evergreen sap and other materials are being conducted today.
Every piece of plastic ever made is still around today! We need more sustainable options!
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