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VII - From grafted cellulose fibres to biocomposite tray

M. Krouit, J. Bras, M.N. Belgacem

VII - 1 - Objective

The innovativeness of the present study was to give complete and pragmatic information on a totally biobased composite from fibre analyses to finished product obtention and its recyclability analyses.

This study show that chemical compatibilization with fatty chain allows to increase mechanical properties but only slightly. It proves also importance of 3D formation processes with these new biocomposite and it gives comparative information on recyclability of this kind of new biocomposite.

From grafted 
   cellulose fibres to biocomposite tray

 

VII - 2 - Poster

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