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Can Nanocellulose Coatings be Designed with Tailored Properties?

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Are there more dependable ways to characterize nanocellulose? Can nanocellulose coatings be designed with tailored properties?

Research from Kevin H.M. Kan and Emily D. Cranston explore this in TAPPI Journal (TJ), a world-recognized technical publication focused on the forest products and related industries. This research was  a runner-up to the 2013 TJ Best Research Paper Award, as determined by the TJ  Editorial Board.

TJ is available at no charge to TAPPI Members, but for a limited time, all who are interested can view an example of cutting edge research in this premier journal:

"Mechanical testing of thin film nanocellulose composites using buckling mechanics"

Are you conducting research of your own in pulp, paper, packaging, tissue, nonwovens, converting, bioenergy, or nanotechnology? Submit your basic and applied research articles, communications, and technical reviews to TJ. Our stringent peer-review process and distinguished editorial board have made TAPPI Journal a well-respected, commonly referenced source of the best industry research for more than 60 years. TJ publication is an excellent way to gain attention from colleagues, peers, and current or future employers. And, as an added bonus, there is no "per-page fee" or publishing charge for TJ.

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