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Surface modification of cellulosic non-woven with sustainable nanotechnologies

Gustaaf Schoukens (UGent) , Paul Kiekens (UGent) , D Stanssens and Pieter Samyn (UGent)
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Production of imidized styrene-maleic anhydride (SMI) nanoparticles and surface interactions with different substrates
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Abstract: As an alternative for traditional chemical grafting techniques controlling surface properties of a cellulosic non-woven, the physical absorption of organic nanoparticles can be favourably applied for selective surface modification. This method offers benefits of a better control over the chemical composition and dosage of the chemical compounds, as they can be formulated independently from the fiber substrate. Good adhesion between the nanoparticles and the cellulose fiber was managed by dedicated chemical synthesis and positioning of functional groups over the nanoparticle surface, tuning the interactions with the cellulosic hydroxyl groups. Moreover, the combination of morphological and chemical surface changes is favourable to add specific functionalities, including adhesion, friction and wettability. As the continuous strife for design of sustainable materials requires limited usage organics and reduction in petroleum-based derivatives, our method is based on aqueous dispersions that incorporates high amounts of renewable oils.
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surface modification., renewable, Keywords: organic nanoparticles, cellulose

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Schoukens, Gustaaf, Paul Kiekens, D Stanssens, and Pieter Samyn. 2012. “Surface Modification of Cellulosic Non-woven with Sustainable Nanotechnologies.” In 12th World Textile Conference, Proceedings, 1731–1734. Zadar, Croatia: AUTEX.
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Schoukens, G., Kiekens, P., Stanssens, D., & Samyn, P. (2012). Surface modification of cellulosic non-woven with sustainable nanotechnologies. 12th World Textile Conference, Proceedings (pp. 1731–1734). Presented at the 12th World Textile Conference (AUTEX - 2012), Zadar, Croatia: AUTEX.
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Schoukens G, Kiekens P, Stanssens D, Samyn P. Surface modification of cellulosic non-woven with sustainable nanotechnologies. 12th World Textile Conference, Proceedings. Zadar, Croatia: AUTEX; 2012. p. 1731–4.
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Schoukens, Gustaaf, Paul Kiekens, D Stanssens, et al. “Surface Modification of Cellulosic Non-woven with Sustainable Nanotechnologies.” 12th World Textile Conference, Proceedings. Zadar, Croatia: AUTEX, 2012. 1731–1734. Print.
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  abstract     = {Abstract: As an alternative for traditional chemical grafting techniques controlling surface properties of a cellulosic non-woven, the physical absorption of organic nanoparticles can be favourably applied for selective surface modification. This method offers benefits of a better control over the chemical composition and dosage of the chemical compounds, as they can be formulated independently from the fiber substrate. Good adhesion between the nanoparticles and the cellulose fiber was managed by dedicated chemical synthesis and positioning of functional groups over the nanoparticle surface, tuning the interactions with the cellulosic hydroxyl groups. Moreover, the combination of morphological and chemical surface changes is favourable to add specific functionalities, including adhesion, friction and wettability. As the continuous strife for design of sustainable materials requires limited usage organics and reduction in petroleum-based derivatives, our method is based on aqueous dispersions that incorporates high amounts of renewable oils.},
  author       = {Schoukens, Gustaaf and Kiekens, Paul and Stanssens, D and Samyn, Pieter},
  booktitle    = {12th World Textile Conference, Proceedings},
  keyword      = {surface modification.,renewable,Keywords: organic nanoparticles,cellulose},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Zadar, Croatia},
  pages        = {1731--1734},
  publisher    = {AUTEX},
  title        = {Surface modification of cellulosic non-woven with sustainable nanotechnologies},
  year         = {2012},
}