PDLAProgressive Democrats of Los Angeles (Los Angeles, CA)
PDLAPlan Do Learn Act (Sweden)
PDLAProfessional Development Leadership Academy (Arizona)
PDLAPrinceton Diagnostic Laboratories of America (Princeton, NJ)
PDLAProvincial Department of Land Affairs (South Africa)
PDLAPatriots Defense League Australia
PDLAPower, Data, Lighting, and Acoustics
PDLAParental and Disability Leave Act of 1985
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PLLA ([M.sub.n] = 43,800 g/mol, [M.sub.w] = 60,700 g/mol, PDI, which could be defined as Mw/Mn = 1.388) and PDLA ([M.sub.n] = 59,800 g/ mol, [M.sub.w] = 88,900 g/mol, PDI = 1.487) were synthesized by bulk ring-opening polymerization (ROP) using 1-dodecanol, and stannous octoate [Sn[(Oct).sub.2]] was used as an initiator and catalyst.
It assumes that extensive e-health services authorize patients to partially participate in the process of health care activities (PDLA, SLA, MA).
While certain tin and aluminum complexes have been shown to selectively form PLLA over PDLA, they have their drawbacks.
PLLA and PDLA were prepared from L- and D-Lactide, respectively.
PLA turi tris stereoizomerus: poli-(L-pieno rugstis) (PLLA), poli-(D-pieno rugstis) (PDLA) ir poli-(D, L-pieno rugstis) (PDLLA).
A 50:50 blend can form a stereocomplex, which is a complex between PLLA and poly(D-lactic acid) (PDLA).
In another work, Zong and coworkers [53] used an electrospinning method to fabricate bioabsorbable amorphous poly (D, L-lactic acid) (PDLA) and semi-crystalline poly (L-lactic acid) (PLLA) nanofiber non-woven membranes for biomedical applications.
Copolymers of PHB and polyhydroxyvalerate (PHV), resulting in poly(3-hydroxybutyrate-3-hydroxyvalerate) (PHBV), have a decreased [T.sub.m] and [T.sub.g] compared to pure PHB [21], The [T.sub.m], [T.sub.g] and crystallization of stereoblock and stereocomplex PLA (PLLA and PDLA) are much better than the ones of pure PLA.
Corbion's portfolio for the Americas includes a range of high-heat, high-performance, crosslinked PLA homopolymers--PLLA & PDLA, which are specifically targeted for applications requiring durability and/or high heat resistance in injection molding, film and sheet extrusion, thermoforming, and fiber spinning.
Given that additions of PLA's "D" stereoisomer (PDLA) appear to create nucleation sites for PLLA crystallization, the authors studied the crystallization kinetics of blending low-molecular-weight PDLA with common commercial PLLA, in samples containing up to 25% PDLA.