Can sugar be turned into plastic?




            Popular primary school experiments demonstrate just how indispensable chemistry is in our ordinary, everyday lives. Chemistry allows us to develop new materials and it allows us to develop new materials and it allows us to control and alter a broad range of important properties of materials-everything from smells to colours, tastes, hardness and durability. Resins and plastics, for example, are easily produced from sugar-although it is still cheaper to use oil.

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