NewsStrong but thin transparent films made from cellulose
nanofibers with wide applicability

27th January 2022by admin0
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To meet the demand for strong and tough transparent
thin films for sustainable applications, Dr Sunanda Roy from GLA
University India has led a multi-national team to successfully
develop a novel transparent thin film made from cellulose nanofiber
(CNF) reinforced by glycerol & glutalraldehyde (reinforcing
glycerol). The team is composed of researchers hailing from Inha
University Korea (Dr. Jaehwan Kim, Director of CRC Lab, Inha
University, South Korea, Ms Ruth M. Muthoka, Ph.D. Scholar), Birla
Institute of Technology Mesra (Dr. Barnali Dasgupta Ghosh) and
Newcastle University (Dr. Kheng Lim Goh).

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