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2018, 1, Sustainability: contributions through science and technology, ISBN 9781351262927, xiii, 295 pages
Nanometre scale cellulose fibres, or nanocellulose, are emerging materials for various advanced applications. Nanocellulose and Sustainability: Production,... 
Nanostructured materials | Cellulose fibers | Green technology | Cellulose | Materials Chemistry | Ecology - Environment Studies | Composites
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Composites science and technology, ISSN 0266-3538, 12/2014, Volume 105, pp. 15 - 27
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Green chemistry : an international journal and green chemistry resource : GC, ISSN 1463-9262, 1/2011, Volume 13, Issue 11, pp. 3117 - 3123
Mechanical frothing is one of the most commonly used methods to create gas-liquid foams. Until recently, the polymerisation of mechanically frothed gas-liquid... 
Science & Technology - Other Topics | Physical Sciences | Green & Sustainable Science & Technology | Chemistry | Chemistry, Multidisciplinary | Science & Technology | Oil | Polymers | Cellulose | green development | soybeans
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Composites science and technology, ISSN 0266-3538, 10/2018, Volume 167, pp. 126 - 133
One of the rate-limiting steps in the large-scale production of cellulose nanopaper-reinforced polymer composites is the time consuming dewatering step to... 
Mechanical properties | Nano composites | Nanocellulose | Laminate | Polymer-matrix composites (PMCs) | Materials Science | Technology | Materials Science, Composites | Science & Technology | Laminated materials | Cellulose | Polymer matrix composites | Nanocomposites | Polylactic acid | Modulus of elasticity | Porosity | Laminates | Tensile strength | Tensile properties
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Materials & design, ISSN 0264-1275, 05/2017, Volume 121, pp. 421 - 429
Miniaturised test specimens are often used for the tensile testing of cellulose nanopapers as there are currently no standardised test geometries to evaluate... 
Cellulose nanopaper | Cellulose nanofibre | Bacterial cellulose | Tensile properties | Fracture toughness | Materials Science | Technology | Materials Science, Multidisciplinary | Science & Technology | Plant fibers | Cellulose | Innovations | Mechanical properties | Comparative analysis | Strength of materials | Nanotechnology
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