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  • 357pp. Published December 2019
  • Scientific Research Publishing,Inc.,USA
  • Category: Chemistry & Materials Science
  • ISBN: 978-1-61896-820-3
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Home > Books > Advances in Cellulose Nano Crystals
Advances in Cellulose Nano Crystals
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CNF is a material composed of nanosized cellulose fibrils with a high aspect ratio (length to width ratio). Typical fibril widths are 5–20 nanometers with a wide range of lengths, typically several micrometers. It is pseudo-plastic and exhibits thixotropy, the property of certain gels or fluids that are thick (viscous) under normal conditions, but become less viscous when shaken or agitated. When the shearing forces are removed the gel regains much of its original state. The fibrils are isolated from any cellulose containing source including wood-based fibers (pulp fibers) through high-pressure, high temperature and high velocity impact homogenization, grinding or microfluidization (see manufacture below).

Components of the Book:
  • Chapter 1
    Towards Digital Manufacturing of Smart Multimaterial Fibers
  • Chapter 2
    Advances in biomimetic stimuli responsive soft grippers
  • Chapter 3
    Large area flexible pressure/strain sensors and arrays using nanomaterials and printing techniques
  • Chapter 4
    Exploration of catalytic performance of nano-La2O3 as an efficient catalyst for dihydropyrimidinone/thione synthesis and gas sensing
  • Chapter 5
    New generation of bioreactors that advance extracellular matrix modelling and tissue engineering
  • Chapter 6
    Internalization and accumulation of model lignin breakdown products in bacteria and fungi
  • Chapter 7
    Development of stimuli-responsive nano-based pesticides: emerging opportunities for agriculture
  • Chapter 8
    An overview of chemical enhanced oil recovery: recent advances and prospects
  • Chapter 9
    Modification of fluorescent nanocrystals with 6-thioguanine: monitoring of drug delivery
  • Chapter 10
    Metal-organic framework UiO-66 membranes
  • Chapter 11
    Nanotechnology for Medical and Surgical Glaucoma Therapy—A Review
  • Chapter 12
    Carbon Nanotube Assembly and Integration for Applications
  • Chapter 13
    Transient O2 pulses direct Fe crystallinity and Fe(III)-reducer gene expression within a soil microbiome
  • Chapter 14
    Seafood waste: a source for preparation of commercially employable chitin/chitosan materials
  • Chapter 15
    Microbiome and ecotypic adaption of Holcus lanatus (L.) to extremes of its soil pH range, investigated through transcriptome sequencing
Readership: Students, academics, teachers and other people attending or interested in Cellulose Nano Crystals
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