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Recent Developments In Nanocellulose Preparation, Characterization, And Applications

Author(s): Clare Anderson

With growing environmental and ecological concerns as a result of the use of petroleum-based chemicals and products, the development of novel materials that combine high efficiency, low cost, and minimal environmental impact is critical. In this situation, nanocellulose seems to be a remarkable substitute due to its remarkable properties such as renewability, biocompatibility, high specific surface area, low density, high elastic modulus, dimensional stability, low thermal expansion coefficient, outstanding reinforcing potential, hydrogen-bonding capacity, and eco-friendliness. The development of effective materials for novel and emerging applications from nanocellulose derived from renewable and abundant lignocellulosic materials has drawn the interest of researchers. Lignocellulosic materials can be thought of as a valuable alternative, a source of biofuels and chemicals, and an excellent substitute for petroleum. It has been proven that nanocellulose can be used to create a variety of high-value products with minimal environmental and societal impact. As evidenced by the growing number of scientific contributions and industrial investments in a variety of fields, nanocellulose has piqued the interest of many people

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