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Conductive thermoplastics: nanofiber transforms natural to novel

November 10, 2014

Polyvinylidene fluoride PVDF is a thermoplastic material used commonly as membrane substrate in filtration and as separator in batteries. PVDF by nature is characterized by Read More

Cellulose nanofiber from carrots is twice as strong as carbon fiber

Cellulose nanofiber from carrots is twice as strong as carbon fiber

July 3, 2014

Move over carbon fiber, there’s a new eco-friendly material that’s lighter and twice as strong, and is derived from agricultural and food processing waste.   Read More