Testing the Degradation Rates of Degradable, Non-degradable and Bio-degradable Plastics Within Simulated Marine Environments
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Wellfair, S. (2008) 'Testing the Degradation Rates of Degradable, Non-degradable and Bio-degradable Plastics Within Simulated Marine Environments', The Plymouth Student Scientist, 1(2), pp. 243-301.
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