Liquid wood

Liquid Wood Is Plastic of Tomorrow, Say Scientists
“Car parts and other durable items made of this bio-plastic already exist, but the chemical hadn’t been suitable for household use until now, due to the high content of sulfurous substances used in separating the lignin from the cell fibers. The German researchers were able to reduce the sulfur content in Arboform by about 90 percent, making it much safer for use in everyday items”
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