Advancing Cellulose-based Nanotechnology

The structure of the cellulose source and facilitate access to its microstructure, mechanical, chemical, or enzymatic process treatments are being used to produce cellulose nanoparticles. The extraction is usually more efficient when a mix of these processes is used. Nanotechnology has applications in almost every economic sector and enables for the development of new enabling science with significant commercial potential. Because they are abundant, renewable, have a nanofibrillar structure, can be made multifunctional, and self-assemble into well-defined structures, cellulose and lignocellulose have great potential as nanomaterials. To fully realize their full potential, R&D investments in science and engineering must be made to fully determine the properties and characteristics of cellulose and lignocellulose at the nanoscale, develop technologies to manipulate self-assembly and multifunctionality, and bring these new technologies to the point where industry can produce advanced and cost-competitive cellulose and lignocellulose.

Bacterial Nanocellulose

Cellulose Nano-Structures

Cellulose Nanowhiskers

Nanocellulose-Based Nanocomposites

Market Analysis:  In 2021, the worldwide cellulose acetate market will be worth $4.02 billion. The market is expected to grow gradually between 2021 and 2026.


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