Results for: Cellophane

In Biology

Is cellophane recyclable?

Can you recycle cellophane wrap? While plastic bags are recyclable in most communities, cellophane wrap seems to be another story altogether. In most communities, if the plast (MORE)

What is cellophane?

Cellophane is made from plant matter [cellulose]. It presently can't be recycled but it does decompose in 30 to 90 days in a composite pile.
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When was cellophane invented?

Cellophane was invented by Jacques E. Brandenberger in 1908. He first thought of the idea for a clear, protective, packaging layer in 1900.
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In Health

What is a cellophane dialysis membrane?

It is a type of tubing, that is semi permeable (i think) and it  acts like a membrane since it only allows certain things inside and  out. This is sometimes used for cleanin (MORE)

What is the use of cellophane?

Cellophane is a transparent plastic, still used mainly as the windows in window envelopes. It has been used to wrap candy, etc.
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Is cellophane paper plastic or paper?

Cellophane is a plastic made from paper. The same wood cellulose found in paper is the basis for cellophane. The thin film is "regenerated" from cellulose that has been dissol (MORE)
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Is cellophane impermeable?

  i guess according to me cellophane is animpermeable membrne which infact means water cannot pass through it from a higher cocentration to a lower one do consultlower sec (MORE)

How is cellophane made and what is its purpose?

Cellulose from wood, cotton, hemp, etc. is dissolved in an alkali and carbon disulfide mixture to create Vicose. The Vicose is then extruded through a slit into a bath of dilu (MORE)