polylactic resin

polylactic resin

[¦päl·i¦lak·tik ‚rez·ən]
(organic chemistry)
A soft, elastic resin made by the heat reaction of lactic acid with castor oil or other fatty oils; used to produce tough, water-resistant coatings.
References in periodicals archive ?
This compound material can be used into various kinds of resins such as polylactic resin, and polypropylene, to name a few.