• PASP


    Polyaspartic acid (PASP) belongs to a class of polyamino acids. Polyaspartic acid is susceptible to cleavage by the action of microorganisms and fungi due to the peptide bonds on the main chain of its structure. The final degradation products are ammonia, carbon dioxide and water which are harmless to the environment. Therefore, polyaspartic acid has a wide range of uses. It can be used in water treatment, medicine, agriculture, daily chemical and other fields. As a water treatment agent, its...