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New publication in the journal "Carbohydrate Polymers"...

...on the characterization of cellulose
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Published: 4 November 2019, 10:18 | Source article

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Cellulose is one of the most abundant natural macromolecules. The results of an investigation of this molecule – by macromolecular hydrodynamics and light scattering in solution – have now been presented in a study in the scientific journal "Carbohydrate Polymers". Despite their high heterogeneity and non-ideal behavior, nanoscale molecular properties have been studied in detail as well as interactions among macromolecules observed. In this way, quantitative structure-property relationships could be derived.

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