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Lactic Acid Optical Rotation
- Oct 11, 2018 -

Hydrolysis occurs first in the natural environment, through unstable ester bonds on the main chain to hydrolyze oligomers, and then microorganisms enter the tissue and decompose it into carbon dioxide and water.

Under compost conditions (high temperature, high humidity), the hydrolysis reaction can be easily completed and the decomposition speed is faster.Microorganisms that can decompose poly (lactic acid) are ubiquitous in nature, such as sickle enzyme candida, penicillium, and humus.