Study on Characteristics of Paper Laminated with Biodegradable Plastics,(2): Analytical Characterization on Chemical and Biological Degradation

Ayaka Mayumi, Osamu Kanie, Takuya [et al] Kitaoka

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Chemical and biologocal degradation behavior of commercial polylactide (PLA) film, poly (L-lactide) (PLLA) and poly (DL-lactide)(PDLLA) was investigated by gravimetric analysis, X-ray diffractometry, differential scanning calorimetry and Fourier transform Raman (FT-Raman) spectroscopy. The PLA film exhibited an extremely high resistance to acid hydrolysis by hydrochloric acid, although alkaline treatment with a dilute sodium hydroxide brought about the quick decomposion of Plas, not being reflected in their crysrallinity. The X-ray and FT-Raman results impalied the immediate decomposion occuring only on the PLA surfaces. THese phenomena were observed both for crystalline PLLA and amorphous PDLLA; however, at temperature above their glass transition ppoints, the PDLLA was greater deteriorated than the PLLA under acidic conditions, whereas in the alkaline system the tendency was reversed. On the biological degradation, the PLA film remained almost unchanged even after buried in soil for six months, as supported by various analytical results. Possibly, the PLA-related products commercially available have lower biodegradablity than expected, and thus it was indicated that a strategic material design, e.g., the utilization of paper-based ecomaterials whose practicality and biogradability can be compatible with each othe, is of significance for high performance composite-manufacturing with biodegradable plastics.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)85-95
Number of pages11
JournalJournal of the Faculty of Agriculture, Kyushu University
Volume48
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2003

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Biodegradable Plastics
chemical degradation
biodegradability
biodegradation
films (materials)
plastics
X-radiation
buried soils
Raman spectroscopy
glass transition
hydrochloric acid
sodium hydroxide
composite materials
acid hydrolysis
differential scanning calorimetry
Fourier Analysis
manufacturing
poly(lactide)
X-Rays
degradation

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