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Biopolymers as Sustainable Metal Bio-Adhesives

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Binoy, Maiti ; Abramov, Alex ; Finn, M. G. ; Diaz Diaz, David
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 28 Jan 2021 13:39

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We describe the use of biopolymers, such as sodium alginate, as an sustainable adhesive binder for several metals and high-density polyethylene. A standard pull test and peel test was performed with disks, made of different material and size. Adhesive failure was investigated by varying the amount of applied alginate solution, drying time, drying temperature, effect of surface area, and the ...


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