Circuit boards or motherboards are one of the more popular computer parts which add to the growing e-waste problem, the proper disposal of which is something that seems to be hard to do. And while we have seen some folks try to do their best into turning these old boards into something like clocks and familiar items, here is something which may help in their proper disposal.
Thanks to the National Physical Laboratory, a new motherboard that is dissolvable in hot water has been introduced. This allows the other parts and components to be reusable. After the polymer surfaces dissolve, the parts can be easily scraped off and salvaged for potential reuse.
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