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HS-CHM07

The Effect of Oxidane, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis, and Phosphatidylcholine on Polystyrene

Chemistry
Bella Pendolino Alexis Baker

Grade:
10
Teacher:
Elyse Wexler

Using a clean and efficient recycling process to convert polystyrene into an environmentally safe adhesive.


Project presentation

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Lab journal excerpts

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Research paper

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4 thoughts on “The Effect of Oxidane, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis, and Phosphatidylcholine on Polystyrene

  1. Interesting idea! I like that your solution makes a useful product and gets rid of a pollutant.

  2. Great project to investigate re-using polystyrene for glue. Interesting that increasing H20 deceases drying time. I especially liked your lab journal.

  3. A very interesting science project! I hope you will continue to investigate the properties of your polystyrene-based glue.

  4. This is an interesting concept and potentially a way to recycle polystyrene. More water leading to less drying time isn’t what I expected. Great presentation of your results.

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