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The Processing and Mechanical Performance of Cellulose Nanofiber-based Composites
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 Title & Authors
The Processing and Mechanical Performance of Cellulose Nanofiber-based Composites
Nakagaito, Antonio Norio; Takagi, Hitoshi; Pandey, Jitendra Kumar;
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 Abstract
Nanocomposites based on cellulose nanofibers have been studied for a considerable time since its first introduction, however real applications seem to have hardly developed to these days. The high-strength of cellulose nanofibers suggests the potential to reinforce plastics to produce composites for semi-structural or even structural applications. This paper discusses some of the attempts to produce such high-strength nanocomposites and the main challenges that have to be overcome to bring them into commercial products.
 Keywords
Cellulose nanocomposites;Cellulose nanofibers;Green nanocomposites;
 Language
English
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