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Characterization of CaCO3 Filled Poly(lactic) Acid and Bio Polyethylene Materials for Building Applications
Noise pollution has been identified as a cause of a broad spectrum of diseases, motivating researchers to identify building materials capable of attenuating this pollution. The most common solution is the use of gypsum boards, which show a good response for low frequencies but have a poorer response for high frequencies. In addition, due to environmental concerns associated with buildings, the use of materials that minimize environmental impacts must be favored. In this research, twodoi:10.3390/polym13193323 pmid:34641140 fatcat:2xvt4fxru5a5poyjsssmdo2iki