C&EN App Note
Solutions for Cellulose Nanofibers
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Cellulose nanofibers (CNF) are plant-derived carbon-neutral materials which are light-weight and strong, yet also exhibit high elasticity and resistance to heat. The main component of CNF, cellulose, can be biosynthesized in large quantities through photosynthesis and it is abundantly available in nature. Shimadzu provides solutions for detailed analysis of CNF properties. In this booklet, these analyses are further explored comprehensively to help you better investigate and characterize nanocellulose materials.

Key Objectives:
  • Morphology of CNF
  • Optimal transmittance of CNF
  • Characterization of surface functional groups
  • Analysis of crystal structures
  • Analysis of constituent sugars

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