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Scientists Devise ‘Breakthrough’ Plastic That Can be Recycled Again and Again

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Scientists in California claim to have engineered a new “breakthrough” plastic that can be recycled over and over without sacrificing performance or quality. Known as poly(diketoenamine)—or PDK, for short—the new material behaves almost like a set of Lego bricks, meaning it can be disassembled into its constituent parts at the molecular level and then reassembled…

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