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III - In-situ polymerization of poly(ε-caprolactone) onto lignocellulosic fibres from date palm tree leaflets

J. El Barqy, H. Kaddami, M. Lhcini, A. Dufresne

III - 1 - Objective

Valorisation of lignocellulosic fibres (LCF) of date palm tree (Phoenix L. dactylifera) via preparation of composites based on these fibres and the synthetic biodegradable polymer poly(ε-caprolactone) (PCL).

In-situ polymerization 
   of poly(ε-caprolactone) onto lignocellulosic fibres from date palm 
   tree leaflets

 

III - 2 - Poster

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