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Canada Collaborates With France On Nano-Crystalline Cellulose Research
by Trevor J. Murphy on Nov 19th, 2010
Scientists in Canada and France are working together to develop new applications for nano-crystalline cellulose, according to a new article published in Pulp and Paper Canada. Nano-crystalline cellulose (NCC) is the isolated molecular structure of cellulose – the main component of the cell walls or trees and other plants. NCC can be added to many products such as paper and film to improve its durability, strength and appearance. NCC is als...