Open Access Opinion

Inorganic Polymers as Return to Stone Age

Shaulov A Yu*

Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics of RAS, Russia

Corresponding Author

Received Date: December 21, 2019;  Published Date: Januaruy 07, 2019


Nonmetallic materials, which have found such wide application, have an absolute majority of polymer nature. These include hydrocarbon and inorganic polymers. Despite the wide range of useful properties there is a huge human and material damage from the burning of organic polymers, which is accompanied during the fires by the release of harmful products of thermal destruction. Another significant drawback of products from organic polymers is the large assimilation times of their waste in nature, which requires considerable effort in their disposal.

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