Biodegradable plastic refers to a type of plastic that is degraded by the action of microorganisms in nature, such as bacteria, mold (fungi) and algae. The ideal biodegradable plastic is a polymer material with excellent performance, can be completely decomposed by environmental microorganisms after being discarded, and finally inorganicized to become a component of the carbon cycle in nature. "Paper" is a typical biodegradable material, while "synthetic plastic" is a typical polymer material. Therefore, biodegradable plastics are polymer materials with the properties of both "paper" and "synthetic plastic".
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