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Bacterial Cellulose Spheres that Encapsulate Solid Materials

DOI :

10.3791/62286-v

February 26th, 2021

February 26th, 2021

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1Department of Environmental Engineering, Montana Technological University, 2Department of Petroleum Engineering, Montana Technological University, 3Department of Metallurgical & Materials Engineering, Montana Technological University, 4Department of Mechanical Engineering, Montana Technological University

This protocol presents an easy, inexpensive method of forming bacterial cellulose (BC) spheres. This biomaterial can function as an encapsulation medium for solid materials, including biochar, polymer spheres, and mine waste.

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