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Keith Hearon, Landon D. Nash, Jennifer N. Rodriguez, Alexander T. Lonnecker, Jeffery E. Raymond, Thomas S. Wilson, Karen L. Wooley and Duncan J. Maitland Recycling: A High-Performance Recycling Solution for Polystyrene Achieved by the Synthesis of Renewable Poly(thioether) Networks Derived from d-Limonene (Adv. Mater. 10/2014) Advanced Materials 26

Version of Record online: 10 MAR 2014 | DOI: 10.1002/adma.201470065

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A materials engineering strategy that combines a breakthrough development in renewable polymer synthesis with an advancement in petroleum-derived plastics recycling is reported by K. Hearon and co-workers on page 1552: polymeric nanocomposites composed of a naturally derived rubber matrix phase and a recycled polystyrene precipitated phase are shown to exhibit mechanical behavior that greatly exceeds that of polystyrene and the naturally derived rubber alone.

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