Non-biodegradable materials are things that can't be broken down easily by natural processes. For example, plastic shopping bags would take thousands of years to be degraded (broken down).
Some examples of non-biodegradable materials are:
silicon-based materials/circuit boards
No, paper will biodegrade (it is an organic material).
No. Cow dung is organic material which definitely makes it biodegradable.
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We are the only organisms that we know of that can understand and apply scientific knowledge to create nonbiodegradable substances.
Biodegradable and nonbiodegradable
Nonbiodegradable waste is basically "trash that doesn't decompose naturally". Meaning that bacteria will not break it down and turn it into topsoil. Thinks like banana peels will decompose very quickly, thus they are biodegradable. But plastics, foams, and metals will not decompose, thus they are nonbiodegradable.
Some examples of material technology are - Wood - Tools - Nails
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Biodegradable waste is more useful because it degrades. It breaks down into nutrients and organic material that is useful, like compost.
plastic is nonbiodegradable and contributes to pollution
biodegradable nonbiodegradable are produce in the market
it is a nonbiodegradable substance, it corrodes, slowly.
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Examples of heterogeneous material include salt water, coffee, cement and cottage cheese. Examples of homogeneous material include granite, blood, sand, and salt.
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An example of a neutral material is
Oil and petroleum jelly are two examples of an insoluble material.
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This a material with a high thermal or electrical conductivity.Examples: silver, copper, gold.
- Silk nylon is an artificial material.- Wool is a natural material.