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Nanotechnology - Methods of Manufacturing Cellulose Nanofibres

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Nanotechnology is still a new science, but already fully developed and increasingly used in everyday life. Cellulose is a polymer of low cost and is also hydrophilic, chiral and can be easily subject to chemical modifications. Moreover, cellulosic material is biodegradable and socially acceptable. All these features make cellulose an attractive replacement for plastics used as composite fillers or reinforcement. A polymer composed of cellulose
nanofibres, whose functional properties are determined by the fibril structure, is called nanocellulose. The article discusses the methods of producing nanomaterials and presents different concepts of cellulose nanofibre production of plant biomass.

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nanotechnology, manufacturing nanofibres, cellulose nanofibres.

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Szczęsna-Antczak M, Kazimierczak J, Antczak T. Nanotechnology - Methods of Manufacturing Cellulose Nanofibers. FIBRES & TEXTILES in Eastern Europe 2012; 20, 2(91): 8-12.

Published in issue no 2 (91) / 2012, pages 8–12.

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