Effect of different bacteria on the biodegradation of polyurethane

Palabras clave: bacteria, biodegradación, poli(éter uretano), biotecnología

Resumen

El poliuretano se usa y sobreexplota alrededor del mundo en la fabricación de diversos productos, sin embargo, es un material de difícil degradación y, por su acumulación, un contaminante importante al ser desechado. Los resultados de investigaciones recientes demuestran el potencial de diferentes bacterias y sus enzimas para biodegradar diferentes plásticos, como el poliuretano. En esta revisión se buscó agrupar, analizar y relacionar las técnicas utilizadas por diferentes especies bacterianas para biodegradar poliuretano, identificadas en diferentes estudios, buscando en bases de datos como PubMed, Web of Science y Scopus. Se encontraron diferentes especies de proteobacterias, actinobacterias y endobacterias que biodegradan el poliuretano por oxidación e hidrólisis para obtener fuentes de carbono y nitrógeno. Se observaron cambios como pérdida de peso, fuerza de tensión y cambios químicos y de superficie en las propiedades del polímero, mostrando que las tecnologías biológicas tienen un impacto directo sobre el poliuretano al modificar la molécula de diferentes maneras.

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2021-08-06
Cómo citar
Castillo-Gaspar, K., Román-Ayala, V., Domínguez-K Rescala, A., & Ramírez-Gualito, K. (2021). Effect of different bacteria on the biodegradation of polyurethane. Proceedings of Scientific Research Universidad Anáhuac, 1(2), 11-17. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.36105/psrua.2021v1n2.02
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