Theoretically, I might be able to split the patent into three patterns for each of the three plastics it can be applied to. Is that advisable, or should I just patent all three in one patent? Well, you know, of course, my hunch is that you’re going to protect those three different plastics in one invention. If what you come up with is detecting the breakdown of plastics in general and you’ve got three different types of applications of that system or method or process that is going to be applicable to certainly those three and maybe there’s more. So, the common denominator, whatever that secret process or method or detection is in those plastics, that process can be applied to many different materials and maybe even beyond plastics. I think doing, make sure you do quality research up front to make sure that you’re thinking about all different ways it could be applied, all different types of plastics that your method might be useful for, and claiming all of them in one.