One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A type of biodegradable plastic derived from biological substances rather than petroleum.
- ‘Finkenstadt says the same rust protection may be achieved by spraying a micrometers-thick film of electroactive bioplastic, which can later be cleaned off with environmentally friendly enzymes.’
- ‘But what really makes this model different is that its case is made of bioplastic with materials extracted from corn.’
- ‘He is turning plant oils, of the kind already used to make biodiesel, into "bioplastic."’
- ‘But Finkenstadt plans to study whether replacing them with the electroactive bioplastic will allow faster recharge or longer charge storage.’
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