• Chemistry
  • Published 2016

The Study of Polyurethane Modified with (Peel the Garlic , Cooked Tea Leaves and Ash Firewood) as Antibacterial Polymer

@inproceedings{Hamdi2016TheSO,
  title={The Study of Polyurethane Modified with (Peel the Garlic , Cooked Tea Leaves and Ash Firewood) as Antibacterial Polymer},
  author={Hamed A. Hamdi and Um Albneen A.A. Ali and Kassim H. Khalf},
  year={2016}
}
In this present paper, experimental results on anti-bacterial efficacy of poly urethane foam  added to various contents of Peel the garlic , Cooked tea leaves and Ash firewood) as anti-bacterial agents, were reported. All the results were obtained after 24 hours of microbial growing  .The ratio of doping with Peel the garlic , Cooked tea leaves and Ash firewood) was  1 to 17 W%. The size of egg shell foils used in this study was (< 400) μm. We compared the initial adhesion and growth of… CONTINUE READING

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