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Posted by The Times Of India on Thursday, December 12, 2017 06:39:30It is one of the most important technologies to come out of India in recent times, and it is also the most misunderstood.
The issue is how it is used.
A study published by Oxford University in the journal Energy and Environmental Science found that although the technology has already been commercially developed in the US and Europe, most of the work done in the field has been done in China.
While the technology is being used to make photocatacators for the plastic market, its also being used in other industries, including food packaging, medical equipment, clothing and furniture.
In fact, the company behind the technology, Nippon Kaisha, has offices in several Indian cities and even its own factory.
According to an article in The Times, the study focused on the cost-effectiveness of various photocatalytic processes, including plastic-based ones, and the efficiency of these processes in terms of reducing the amount of plastic that gets used.
The researchers looked at a range of photocarbons, from light-absorbing polymers to carbon nanotubes.
The research team looked at the cost of the photocataganetics, which is a combination of the cost per unit of work done by the process, and also the amount and type of plastic used.
They also looked at how much of each process was being used, and whether this was due to a price hike or a lack of investment in the process.
According the Oxford study, the cheapest process is called photocotranscarpat, which means that it is a polymer with the ability to absorb light.
It is used in a number of applications, including light-sensitive food packaging and medical implants.
The cheapest process, called photo-tetragonal crystalline photocatatalyst (PTSC) is also used in medical implants and food packaging.
The researchers looked for any increase in the price of this process.
While the cost for the cheaper process was less than half of the costs associated with the cheaper processes, the cost was also higher.
The study found that in terms the efficiency, the technology had an efficiency of 99.97%, which is more efficient than the previous best of 92.9% and the cheapest of 87.8%.
However, the efficiency was only as good as the amount used, so the researchers said that the process still needed to be improved.
The most cost-effective process is the carbon nanostructures, which are used in the manufacturing of the plastics used in food packaging as well as medical implants, the paper said.
The process has a high efficiency of 100%, the study said.
The research team added that a high amount of use was needed for the process to achieve a high energy efficiency, because if the process were to be used for only one or two applications, the energy used would be the same as if it was used for the whole plant, the researchers added.
For the paper, the team analysed the costs and benefits of the various processes and found that the cost is mainly due to the cost and use of the materials.
The energy cost, however, was lower than the cost to convert the light-capturing polymer to carbon dioxide, the process the paper describes as a cost-saving measure.
The paper said the study also showed that the carbon capture from the process was more efficient when compared to the process used for making the plastic, so there was an additional benefit in terms for the environmental impact of the process compared to other processes.