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Natural Rubber from Plants

  • R. A. Backhaus
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Abstract

Joseph Priestly, the English pastor who befriended Benjamin Franklin and lost his house (and nearly his life) to an English mob because of his sympathy to the American colonies, is best known for his greatest contribution to science, the discovery of oxygen. Less well known is the fact that he coined the term for “rubber” [1], discovered when he rubbed out pencil marks on paper using the coagulated gum of the South American caoutchouc tree.

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Natural Rubber Rubber Particle Natural Rubber Latex Rubber Content Rubber Biosynthesis 
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