Functional Polymer Nanocomposite Materials from Microfibrillated Cellulose

@inproceedings{Tingaut2011FunctionalPN,
  title={Functional Polymer Nanocomposite Materials from Microfibrillated Cellulose},
  author={P. Tingaut and C. Eyholzer and T. Zimmermann},
  year={2011}
}
In line with recent environmental policies, increased attention has been paid to the development of bio-based nanocomposite materials for several industrial applications, such as automotive, construction, packaging or medical applications. Thus, much effort has been devoted to the use of natural fibers in composite materials as an alternative to conventional inorganic fillers, traditionally used to reinforce thermoplastic matrices (i.e., glass fibers, aramid or carbon fibers, for instance… Expand

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