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 Title & Authors
Chitin Nanofibers Characterization for Flexible/Transparent Films
Hwang, Joong-Kook; Seo, Eung-soo; Chang, Sang-Mok; Shin, Hoon-Kyu;
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 Abstract
In this study ensuring a filming technology is attempted through dispersion technologies and mixing polymer scaffolds in order to produce films based on the nanowaires obtained from chitin. In addition this study proposes technologies in measuring and improving characteristics of films produced using nanowires and for applying electric conductivity to the films as a chemical and physical manner. Also, a possibility in applications of mass productive films or substrates to producing flexible and transparent films is proposed. In the experiment implemented in this study, it is verified that developments of high strength, high transparency, and high flexibility films can be developed through combining it with producing flexible and transparent films.
 Keywords
Chitin;Nanofiber;Flexible;Transparent;Film;
 Language
Korean
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