Journal of Textile Science & Engineering

ISSN: 2165-8064

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    Morphological Analysis of Micro-fibrillated Cellulose from Different Raw Materials for Fiber Plastic Composites
    Author(s): Messiry MEMessiry ME

    Polymer nanocomposites have attracted great interest during current years. Cellulose micro-fibrils may be function as biodegradable Nano fibrils in high performance composites. The production of Nano-scale cellulose fibers and their application in composite materials has gained increasing attention due to their high strength and stiffness combined with low weight, biodegradability and renewability. Adding small amounts of cellulose-based fillers to thermoplastic matrix polymers usually enhances the mechanical properties. However, the development of fully biodegradable nanocomposites is still a challenging area. Many researchers investigated production of micro cellulose microfibers through various methods. The most important and widely used methods for cellulose Nano fibers isolation are Chemical method (CM), Mechanical methods, Physical methods, Using microwave, Biological and .. Read More»
    DOI: 10.4172/2165-8064.1000166

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