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- Sisler, J., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Journal of materials chemistry 2018 v.6 no.6 pp. 864-883
- anti-infective agents; biodegradability; biomarkers; carbon dioxide; catalysts; cellulose; drug carriers; forests; gold; moieties; nanocrystals; nanogold; nanohybrids; nanoparticles; nanosilver; palladium; platinum; silver; solvents; surface area; tensile strength; tissue engineering
- ... Cellulose nanocrystal (CNC), a class of sustainable nanomaterial derived from forest and agro-biomass can serve as nature's storage for carbon dioxide. It has many attractive features, such as large specific surface area, high tensile strength and stiffness, abundance of surface hydroxyl groups, and they are also biocompatible, biodegradable and renewable. When dispersed in a polar solvent, they a ...