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Highly Stable, Functional Hairy Nanoparticles and Biopolymers from Wood Fibers: Towards Sustainable Nanotechnology

DOI :

10.3791/54133-v

July 20th, 2016

July 20th, 2016

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1Department of Chemistry, McGill University, 2Center for Self-Assembled Chemical Structures (CSACS), McGill University, 3Pulp and Paper Research Center, McGill University

Synthesis schemes to prepare highly stable wood fiber-based hairy nanoparticles and functional cellulose-based biopolymers have been detailed.

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