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Scientists at NIST and the University of Akron ask and answer the question, “What do we still need to understand to commercialize cellulose nanomaterials?” in an article for the the Institution for Civil Engineers latest publication of its journal on Green Materials. They were kind enough to mention our wetted surface area approach to characterizing these new materials.
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy is one of the most promising approaches the authors envision to track in-line processing of CNM because of its balance between measurement sensitivity and speed of measurement.
Read the full article: What do we still need to understand to commercialize cellulose nanomaterials?
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