Produce Cost-Effective, Biodegradable and Non-Toxic Polymers with Cyclic Ester Building Blocks

Type of Solution proposed
Cyclic esters such as ambrettolide and bicyclononalactone that can form aliphatic polyesters through a ring opening polymerization process (ROP). Become one of the first partners to test these molecules!

Who might be interested?
Polymer manufacturers and polymer additives manufacturers willing to develop new material features, including:

  • Increased bio-content based on renewables
  • Biodegradable materials
  • Biocompatible and non-toxic materials maintaining excellent chemical, thermal, and mechanical properties.

Detailed Solution Description

Cyclic esters such as ambrettolide and bicyclononalactone, can form aliphatic polyesters through a ring opening polymerization process (ROP), offering the opportunity to produce polymers or additives with the following major advantages:
We are looking for partners to help develop applications and commercialize these molecules.
BiodegradabilityBiocompatibilityPE-like properties
Ambrettolide Cyclic Ester
Ambrettolide
Cyclic Ester
Bicyclononalactone Cyclic Ester
Bicyclononalactone
Cyclic Ester
Derived from sustainable resources and maintaining excellent chemical, thermal, and mechanical properties, Aliphatic polyesters are receiving interest as environmentally friendly materials.