(Epoxidized castor oil - citric acid) copolyester as a candidate polymer for biomedical applications

(Epoxidized castor oil - citric acid) copolyester as a candidate polymer for biomedical applications

Natalia L. Parada Hernandez, Juliana O. Bahu, Maria Ingrid R. B. Schiavon, Anderson J. Bonon, Cibelem I. Benites, Andre L. Jardini, Rubens Maciel Filho, Maria Regina Wolf Wolf Maciel

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Vegetable oil-based polymers are attractive regarding environmental concerns to produce polymers through an environmentally friendly process to noble applications, as the biomedical ones. Epoxidized vegetable oils can be used as a comonomer; however, its polymerization processes commonly use toxic...

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(Epoxidized castor oil - citric acid) copolyester as a candidate polymer for biomedical applications

Natalia L. Parada Hernandez, Juliana O. Bahu, Maria Ingrid R. B. Schiavon, Anderson J. Bonon, Cibelem I. Benites, Andre L. Jardini, Rubens Maciel Filho, Maria Regina Wolf Wolf Maciel


										

(Epoxidized castor oil - citric acid) copolyester as a candidate polymer for biomedical applications

Natalia L. Parada Hernandez, Juliana O. Bahu, Maria Ingrid R. B. Schiavon, Anderson J. Bonon, Cibelem I. Benites, Andre L. Jardini, Rubens Maciel Filho, Maria Regina Wolf Wolf Maciel

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    Journal of polymer research

    Vol. 26, no. 6 (June, 2019), n. art. 149