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Fuel made from 'difficult-to-digest' sources, such as plant stems, wood chips, cardboard waste or insect / crustacean shells, is known as 'second generation' biofuels.
Austrian firm Lenzing's fibre innovation, Tencel C, features Tencel, derived from wood, in combination with chitosan, a natural product extracted from crustacean shells.
Chitosan is extracted from ordinary crustacean shells - primarily crab, shrimp and lobster - by treatment with hydrochloric acid and then sodium hydroxide.
In the March/April issue, the article "Back to Basics" talks about crustacean shells in glucosamine.
Many products actually contain ground-up crustacean shells as the source of glucosamine.
To make the vaccine, the re searchers created balls of two molecules: the peanut DNA that encodes Arah2 and a compound called chitosan, which is found in crustacean shells.
If Schelling is right, then music and architecture meet where architecture thaws and music congeals, and Toop and Hasegawa's hybrid marks the point at which the two become one, where music becomes a machinic organism secreting a crustacean shell of glass and steel.
Biodegradable and non-toxic, chitosan is refined from crustacean shells and has unique chemical binding properties that make it useful in a variety of functions, such as binding fats and clarifying liquids.