Preparation and Properties of Magnetic Cellulose Fiber Composites

  title={Preparation and Properties of Magnetic Cellulose Fiber Composites},
  author={Wei-bing Wu and Yi Jing and Mu-Rong Gong and Xiao-Fan Zhou and H. K. Dai},
Magnetic cellulose fiber composites were prepared by a “vacuum-lumenloading” method with polyethylenimine (PEI) as retention aid. The composites thus formed preserved the inherent properties of the cellulose fiber and gained the magnetically responsive properties of nanoparticles. Magnetic paper was further made from the composites. These materials were characterized by X-ray diffraction, transmission electron microscopy, scanning electron microscopy, a vibrating sample magnetometer, and paper… CONTINUE READING
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