From nanocellulose science towards applications

Hans-Peter Hentze

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Abstract

Scientific nanocellulose research has been mainly focused on the study of structure-properties relationships of nanocellulosic fibers and materials made from those. Depending on raw materials sources, production methods, pre-treatments, and functionalization, wide property ranges have been described. These results offer the bases for identifying the specific advantages and opportunities of this new class of nanomaterials. Comparing those with other materials and alternative technologies enables the identification of technically and economically feasible applications of nanocellulose-based technologies.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages3
Publication statusPublished - 2010
MoE publication typeNot Eligible
EventPulPaper 2010 Conference: Implementing the New Rise: Technological Breakthroughs - Nanotechnology - Helsinki, Finland
Duration: 1 Jun 20103 Jun 2010

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ConferencePulPaper 2010 Conference: Implementing the New Rise: Technological Breakthroughs - Nanotechnology
Abbreviated titlePulPaper
CountryFinland
CityHelsinki
Period1/06/103/06/10

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Hentze, H-P. (2010). From nanocellulose science towards applications. Paper presented at PulPaper 2010 Conference: Implementing the New Rise: Technological Breakthroughs - Nanotechnology, Helsinki, Finland.
Hentze, Hans-Peter. / From nanocellulose science towards applications. Paper presented at PulPaper 2010 Conference: Implementing the New Rise: Technological Breakthroughs - Nanotechnology, Helsinki, Finland.3 p.
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