Researchers have found the substances of plant origin, which can replace the most hazardous chemicals in the flame retardants today.
this is One of the latter was the case with flame retardants.
Many of the substances have been shown to be hazardous to health, including, among other things, the brominated flame retardants.
Now look, Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, on the substances from the plant, which would be able to replace them.
After that they are processed by the fosforoxitriklorid turn the topics to the manufacturer organofosfat.
Bob Howell, the polymer/organic chemist at the university, points out that the things that are derived from natural materials are generally much less toxic.