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Recent advances in environmental science and engineering applications of cellulose nanocomposites

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Recent advances in environmental science and engineering applications of cellulose nanocomposites

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TN_cdi_crossref_primary_10_1080_10643389_2022_2082204

Recent advances in environmental science and engineering applications of cellulose nanocomposites

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Recent advances in environmental science and engineering applications of cellulose nanocomposites

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Recent advances in environmental science and engineering applications of cellulose nanocomposites

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Taylor & Francis

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Critical reviews in environmental science and technology, 2022, Vol.ahead-of-print (ahead-of-print), p.1-26

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TN_cdi_crossref_primary_10_1080_10643389_2022_2082204

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Cellulose nanomaterials are low cost, biocompatible and readily combined with other materials to produce nanocomposites with a range of applications. Cellulose nanomaterials have many advantageous properties, including high mechanical and thermal stability, high specific surface area, and biodegradability. The highly flexible cellulose structure ca...

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Recent advances in environmental science and engineering applications of cellulose nanocomposites

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TN_cdi_crossref_primary_10_1080_10643389_2022_2082204

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1064-3389

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1547-6537

DOI

10.1080/10643389.2022.2082204

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