XlynX launches glue based on bisdiazirine chemistry

September 18, 2021

The Canadian start-up XlynX Materials has launched what it calls a new class of adhesives that use bisdiazirine chemistry to create covalent bonds between polymer chains. The firm says the approach can form carbon-carbon bonds between almost any plastics, including hard-to-glue polyethylene and polypropylene. XlynX’s technology was developed by University of Victoria chemistry professor Jeremy Wulff.

 

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