NewsNanocrystals from recycled wood waste make carbon-fiber
composites tougher

12th August 2020by admin0
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Polymers reinforced with ultra-fine strands of carbon
fibers epitomize composite materials that are “light as a feather
and strong as steel,” earning them versatile applications across
several industries. Adding materials called carbon nanotubes can
further enhance the composites’ functionality. But the chemical
processes used for incorporating carbon nanotube end up spreading
them unevenly on the composites, limiting the strength and other
useful qualities that can be ultimately achieved.

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