use polyethylene in a sentence.
The boy's achievement was decomposing polyethylene.
Only 2% of users know what polyethylene is, do we need to rethink the 'bagging' game?
The above link is the top search result from a search for bacteria and polyethylene:
It's worth noting that this paper refers to polyethylene glycol, which is not the stuff plastic bags are made from.
Grocery bags are made from polyethylene, which is composed only of carbon and hydrogen.
PEG is the abbreviation for PolyEthylene Glycol.
A ton of them are recyclable in their pure state, but I get the impression that a lot of seemingly mundane plastic products these days are actually surprisingly complicated mixes/composite materials: I know something simple like a potato chip bag is at least a 3-layer composite structure, and you've got inks from the label, metal from the barrier layer, polypropylene from the film, and polyethylene from the adhesive layer.
Kevlar-49 (aramid) and Spectra (UHMW polyethylene) make great complements to carbon fiber.
The CV transmission and polyethylene are internal components.
Similar story at petrochemical firms; my dad is a process engineer mainly for PTA- and polyethylene-manufacturing units, and they surely don't expect most incoming hires to know how the PTA synthesis process works, or even necessarily to know what PTA is (it's a chemical used to make polyester).
I’m no expert on manufacturing, but I think you could use the same low-grade high-density polyethylene used for the milk bottle for the soft-drink bottle, the jar of honey, and the takeaway food box as well.