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Modification des propriétés de surface d'un polypropylène en vue de l'immobilisation de biomolécules aux propriétés antibactériennes

Abstract : Since the dawn of time, man has manufactured and used cosmetic products. From Gaul to Egypt, passing through the Roman Empire and ancient Greece, men and women applied to the face and body of natural or processed products (oils, powders, mixtures, milks, etc.) in order to embellish oneself, to heal oneself or to wash oneself [1]. This ritual, today, of 425 billion euros, where France positions itself as a market share [2]. If the move still exists, the products have changed a lot, their formulations and actions have adapted to the consumer demand. This demand is currently moving toward a the use of additives, particularly when their safety is restored
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Simon Léoment. Modification des propriétés de surface d'un polypropylène en vue de l'immobilisation de biomolécules aux propriétés antibactériennes. Chimie. UPMC, 2015. Français. ⟨tel-02927137⟩

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