Yes, and they may have found a way to do it. The strong C-F bond is what makes Teflon so useful, but that’s what is bad for the environment. Scientists may have found a way to convert it to another bond without losing the durability of Teflon.
Scientist could also look for alternatives to teflon, maybe a biological molecule that has similar properties, but will eventually biodegrade.
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