NewsMaterial manufacturing from particles takes a giant step
forward

11th May 2020by admin0
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Tiny fibrils extracted from plants have been getting a
lot of attention for their strength. These nanomaterials have shown
great promise in outperforming plastics, and even replacing them. A
team led by Aalto University has now shown another remarkable
property of nanocelluloses: their strong binding properties to form
new materials with any particle.

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