biofibres

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biofibres

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biofibers

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(Biology) vegetable, animal, or mineral fibres existing in nature which are used by man
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The authors would like to acknowledge to Grupo de Materiales Avanzados y Energia-MATyER and Biofibers and Derivatives research groups.
Poaceae) is an important agricultural crop which is capable of producing valuable by-products such as sugar, biofuel, biofibers, wax and bioplastic (Singh, Kumar, Tiwari, Rastogi, & Singh, 2013).
Saastry, "Fabrication of novel biofibers by coating silk fibroin with chitosan impregnated with silver nanoparticles", J Mat Sci Mat Med.
Therefore, the protein biofibers lost the original properties of the protein.
Yang, an authority on biomaterials and biofibers in the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln explained that chicken feathers are made mainly of keratin, a tough protein also found in hair, hoofs, horns, and wool that can lend strength and durability to plastics.
Among their topics are spatial-energy parameters as a materialized analog of wave function, relaxation and structural properties of the anisotropic polymer composites, modifying cellulose by biocidal poly-electrolytes, physical and mechanical properties of highly filled polymer composites, the electrochemical synthesis of tungsten carbide nanopowders and carbon nanotubes, electrospun biodegradable and biocompatible natural biofibers, and pharmacological premises for creating new anti-tumor preparations of the nitrosoalkylurea class.
The actual task entailed developing coatings for the BioConcept Car's doors, fenders, bumper, hood, and hatch, which are made of biofibers impregnated with a liquid bioplastic.
There is also significant interest in alternative substrates of biofibers such as wheat board, straw board, rice board or soy-based materials.
After the introduction which summarizes the importance of biopolymer in the market, the book covers almost all the topics related to polysaccharides, biofibers, bioplastics, biocomposites, natural rubber, gums, bacterial and blood compatible polymers, and applications of biopolymers in various fields.