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Nanocomposites

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Cellulose Nanocomposites and Nanofibers: Moving Towards Better Materials to Accommodate Human Needs and Well-being

Manuscript deadline
01 February 2023

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Article collection guest advisor(s)

Dr. Nattakan Soykeabkaew, Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand

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Cellulose Nanocomposites and Nanofibers: Moving Towards Better Materials to Accommodate Human Needs and Well-being

Cellulose nanofibers have steadily gained increasing attention owing to their unique and attractive qualities such as carbon neutrality, renewability, non-toxicity, high specific strength, modulus, and very large surface area that can be functionalized in so many ways. When combining nanocelluloses from different sources, productions, modifications, etc. into diverse matrix phases, a variety of cellulose nanocomposites with enhanced and even more attractive properties have now emerged. These are new and promising multifunctional materials for many potential application areas.

With a rapidly growing global population and demand in materials, the natural resources and environment can be preserved and protected for future generations through sustainable development in materials. Since cellulose is the most abundant polymer on earth, cellulose nanocomposites and nanofibers are based on indefinite resource. The research and development in this field is not only creating better performance cellulose-based materials but also delivering better (more sustainable) materials to accommodate human needs and well-being.

This collection aims to bring together and disseminate frontier research regarding nanocomposites and nanofibers based on cellulose. Original research, short communication, and review papers covering, but not limited to, the following topics are welcome:

  • New cellulose nanocomposites
  • Cellulose-based nanomaterials
  • Extraction and characterization of cellulose nanofibers
  • Production, modification, and application of nanocelluloses
  • Nanocellulose-based biomaterials
  • Biomaterials/biopolymers integrated with nanocelluloses

Contributing Authors are eligible for a 10% Discount on the Article Processing Charge by applying the following discount code at the point of Submission: YNAN-2023-C13045

The Editors welcome the following Article Types for this collection:

Original Research Papers – Presenting high quality original research

Reviews – Comprehensive review of research and developments of significance in the field, highlighting problems to overcome and future directions for research

Short Communications – Discussing concise, but important, break through data or research not embedded within a complex story

Technical Reports - Describe new approaches, methods process or progress of technical research

Commentaries – Evaluate recent research findings, professional practices and/or current issues in the subject area

Meeting Reports – Summarizes presentations from recent meetings in the field. Meeting Reports should only be submitted after prior agreement from the Editor

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