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CHARACTERIZATION OXO-DEGRADATION AND BIO-DEGRADATION OF LLDPE/STARCH/OXO-PEROXIDAT BIODEGRADABLE COMPOSITES

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 THE AIM OF THIS WORK IS THE PRODUCTION OF NEW COMPOSITES FROM LLDPE, PRO-OXIDANT, AND BIODEGRADABLE STARCH BY MEANS OF MELT BLENDING METHOD. CHARACTERIZATIONS OF COMPOSITES WERE PERFORMED BY FOURIER TRANSFORM INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY (FTIR), SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPE (SEM) AND THE PERCENTAGE OF WEIGHT LOSS. IN ADDITION, CHARACTERIZATIONS OF MECHANICAL PROPERTY WERE CARRIED OUT BY TENSILE MODULUS. THE RESULTS HAVE BEEN COMPARED WITH THE UNFILLED LINEAR LOW DENSITY POLYETHYLENE FILMS. THE PHYSICAL PROPERTIES SHOWED HIGH SENSITIVITY TO THE DISPERSION OF THE STARCH AND PRO-OXIDANT. THE HIGHER THE STARCH PERCENT SHOWED THE LOWER PHYSICAL AND THERMAL PROPERTY.

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