Deconstructing the auxetic behavior of paper

@article{Verma2014DeconstructingTA,
  title={Deconstructing the auxetic behavior of paper},
  author={Prateek Verma and Meisha L. Shofner and Anselm C. Griffin},
  journal={physica status solidi (b)},
  year={2014},
  volume={251}
}
The objective of this research is to understand more fully the out‐of‐plane auxetic behavior of paper. In the reported research, initial characterization of the auxetic properties of common, commercially available papers is described. The results of these experiments suggest that the auxetic response seen in paper structures is related to the cellulose fiber network structure, as previously suggested, and is related to inter‐fiber bonding and fiber organization in the sheet. These results also… 

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