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Biodegradation of long-chain C30 and higher n-alkanes declines with increasing molecular weight, and n-alkanes in excess of a molecular weight of 550 to 600 become refractory to biodegradation. If the molecular size of polyethylene is reduced to a molecular weight under 500, by pyrolysis, for example, the fragments are sus- 06) RO,ll\ ’ P R” \ X General structure S CH3CH20 \ CH,CH,O / - ceptible to biodegradation. Biodegradable polymers can be synthesized to replace or augment various plastics which have been accumulating in the environment because of resistance to microbial attack.

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