An oxidized nanocellulose is isolated as a 10-20% hydrogel with >90% crystallinity based on XRD data. The particle size is around 50-100 nm (from microcrysalline cellulose) and 100-150 nm (from wood fibers) and shows oval shapes with 2-3 aspect ratios.
SuCellose100 (prepared from MCC)
SuCellose 200 (prepared from hardwood fibers)
The modified nanocellulose is isolated as a white powder dried in an oven and under vacuum. It would be adhesive to hydrophobic poly(olefins) and useful as a reinforcing agent in polymer composites or an alterntive to carbon black.
Applciations: An additive for polymer composites; an alterntive to carbon black.
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