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TITLE       Production of white glue out of star apple (Chrysophyllum Cainito) extract
CALL NO(S)      IP 460
MAIN AUTHOR      Mecua, John Michael O.
ADDED ENTRY       Castillo, Romella Avelyn , Bucoy, Christine Joy
NOTE      2011 Regional Invention Contest (RIC) R-IX, Zamboanga City, Sibol High School Category; donated in PDF by DOST Region 9
SCHOOL      Don Pablo Lorenzo Memorial High School
PLACE      Zamboanga City
DATE      2011
PAGINATION/COLLATION      14 unnumbered leaves
ABSTRACT      The economic stability of a nation depends on the availability of the cheap sources of our products.  Products from from star apple extract are expected to supply part of the country's economic problem in the future.

For the sake of cleaner environment and to produce products from star apple extract, the researchers decided to explore the potentials of star apple extract as glue.  The star apple extract were also tested with water.  The glue produced from star apple extract were compared with other commercial glue.

Findings of the study showed effective results in the production of glue from star apple extract.  The result was a sticky substance that can be used as a substitute for any commercial glue.

There are many things that can be produced as glue from star apple extract differ from any commercial glue.  The most obvious is the fact that glue from star apple extract is cheaper than any other commercial glue.

Therefore, the researchers can conclude that star apple extract can substitute any commercial glue.
SUBJECTS       Chemistry
   White glue
   Star apple extract
   Chrysophyllum cainito - See star apple
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