Monday, March 14, 2011

A self-sealing elastic polymer

German researchers have copied the caoutchouc tree's modus operandi to create a self-sealing elastic polymer. When the caoutchouc tree is damaged, liquid latex containing capsules of the protein heveiin escapes from inside it.

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