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#14 Microplastics & Volatile Organic Compounds - Valter Castelvetro | The Plastic Shift

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Dr. Valter Castelvetro is Associate Professor of Polymer Chemistry at the Department of Chemistry and Industrial Chemistry at the University of Pisa, Italy. In the last years he has become interested to some less understood issues about the environmental pollution by micro- and nano-plastics, developing new polymer-selective methods for their detection and quantification, and studying the release of potentially harmful volatile molecular fragments as a result of polymer degradation.

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