Cellulose Chemistry and Properties: Fibers, Nanocelluloses by Orlando J. Rojas

By Orlando J. Rojas

Vincent Bulone et al.: Cellulose assets and new figuring out of synthesis in crops Thomas Heinze et al.:Cellulose constitution and homes Thomas Rosenau, Antje Potthast, Ute Henniges et al.: contemporary advancements in cellulose getting older (degradation / yellowing / chromophore formation) Sunkyu Park et al.:Cellulose crystallinity Lina Zhang et al.:Gelation and dissolution habit of cellulose Yoshiyuki Nishio et al.:Cellulose and derivatives in liquid crystals Alessandro Gandini, Naceur Belgacem et al.:The floor and in-depth amendment of cellulose fibers Emily D. Cranston et al.:Interfacial houses of cellulose Herbert Sixta, Michael Hummel et al.Cellulose Fibers Regenerated from Cellulose options in Ionic beverages Qi Zhou et al.:Cellulose-based biocomposites Orlando Rojas et al.:Films of cellulose nanocrystals and nanofibrils Pedro Fardim et al.:Functional cellulose debris Wadood Hamad et al.:Cellulose Composites

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