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At another chain end, the hydroxyl group must be predominant because of hydrolysis accelerated by the irradiation. Considering the previous work on LDH as novel biomaterials, research on this particular materials has become one of the most interesting topic of today's research.

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The hydroxyl chain end unit is highly mobile and therefore reactive, like l-lactic acid, which results in the shift into racemization equilibrium under irradiation. PVC articles exposed to UV radiation degrade and become embrittled and readily crack or shatter.

When exposed to sunlight silk undergoes hydrolytic and oxidative damage, which is believed to happen first in the amorphous region Solazzo et al. They can be detected by different methods such as subambient thermal volatilization analysis SATSVA or mass spectrometry Rojek, 2011; Scott, 1993.

Photodegradation

The racemization equilibrium converts the original l-lactate units into d, l-lactate units at both chain ends, thus, the D-unit formation ratio becomes statistically close to the chain scission ratio [46]. However, these trials were carried out in experimental light chambers and were not subjected to other environmental conditions, which are often catalysts in degradation.

[36] proposed the possible photodegradation mechanism shown in Scheme 2. Layered double hydroxides LDH which are one type of layered materials and are also known as anionic clays, are promising layered materials due to some of their interesting properties, such as ease of synthesis, unique structure, uniform distribution of different metal cations in the brucite layer, surface hydroxyl groups, flexible tunability, intercalated anions with interlayer spaces, swelling properties, oxo-bridged linkage, and high chemical and thermal stability, ability to intercalate different type of anions inorganic, organic, biomolecules, and even genesdelivery of intercalated anions in a sustained manner and also high biocompatibility.