Cellulose Based Composites: New Green Nanomaterials by Juan Hinestroza, Anil N. Netravali

By Juan Hinestroza, Anil N. Netravali

Geared toward researchers fascinated by this rising box in either academia and undefined, this publication is exclusive in its specialise in cellulose nanofibers, in particular nano-composites, nanomoities and different plant based-resins and their composites. regardless of its concise presentation, this guide and prepared reference presents a whole evaluate, containing such very important subject matters as electrospinning, isolation, characterization and deposition of metal nanoparticles.

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Unusual method was devised by Iwatake et al. [76]. The water in MFC was replaced by an organic solvent and subsequently mixed with PLA previously dissolved in the same organic solvent. The mixture had the solvent extracted by evaporation, compounded by a kneader, and thin films were obtained by compression molding of the compounds. A 10 wt% MFC load resulted in modulus increase of 40% and strength gains of 25% over the neat PLA without a reduction in yield strain. Although the reinforcement effect was explained by the formation of a rigid network of percolated cellulose fibrils, we have to be cautious about this interpretation.

Mathew et al. [25] tried to fabricate cellulose nanocomposites using twin screw extrusion method. 1 Effect of molding pressure on the flexural strength of cellulose-nanofiberreinforced composites [24]. 2 Typical mechanical properties of PLA and extruded composites [25]. 8 35 ± 8 24 ± 8 31 ± 7 — 27 ± 2 49 ± 19 CNW as the reinforcement.

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