Current affiliation: Oulun YliopistoSubject speciality: Materials SciencePrimary location: Finland
Published in:RSC AdvancesPublication date:2013-01-01
Published in:RSC AdvancesPublication date:2015-01-01
Published in:Green ChemistryPublication date:2015-01-01
Nanocellulose is novel biobased strong and light material liberated from natural, like wood, fibers. Nanocellulose can be used for example as reinf...
Published in:Food ChemistryPublication date:2014-05-01
Published in:ACS Applied Materials & InterfacesPublication date:2013-12-26
Published in:CellulosePublication date:2014-07-18
Published in:Carbohydrate PolymersPublication date:2014-12-01
Published in:BiomacromoleculesPublication date:2012-05-14
Published in:BiomacromoleculesPublication date:2014-07-14
Published in:Industrial & Engineering Chemistry ResearchPublication date:2014-12-31
Published in:Carbohydrate PolymersPublication date:2011-02-01
Published in:Carbohydrate PolymersPublication date:2014-02-01
Published in:ACS Applied Materials & InterfacesPublication date:2014-08-27
Published in:Journal of Wood Chemistry and TechnologyPublication date:2013-12-01
Published in:Water ResearchPublication date:2012-05-01
Published in:CellulosePublication date:2013-01-22
Published in:Carbohydrate PolymersPublication date:2011-08-01
Published in:Bioresource TechnologyPublication date:2011-10-01
Published in:Carbohydrate PolymersPublication date:2011-01-30
Here, efficient ways to obtain dialdehyde cellulose by periodate oxidation was studied. In particular, use of elevated temperature and addition of ...
Published in:CellulosePublication date:2015-07-08
Published in:Carbohydrate PolymersPublication date:2015-11-01
Published in:ACS Applied Materials & InterfacesPublication date:2015-09-09
Cellulose nanocrystals with aldehyde functionality was synthesized and used for reinforcement agent for polyvinyl alcohol film. Due to the aldehyde...
Published in:Green ChemistryPublication date:2016-01-01
Published in:Carbohydrate PolymersPublication date:2016-01-01
Published in:Separation and Purification TechnologyPublication date:2015-11-01
Published in:Colloids and Surfaces A Physicochemical and Engineering AspectsPublication date:2016-01-01
Published in:CellulosePublication date:2015-11-12
Heavy metals, such as vanadium, are environmental and health hazards. Here we have shown that nanocellulose with bisphophonate groups can be used t...
Published in:Chemical Engineering JournalPublication date:2016-03-01
Published in:Materials & DesignPublication date:2016-03-01
Published in:Carbohydrate PolymersPublication date:2014-03-01
Published in:Chemical Engineering SciencePublication date:2016-04-01
Flotation is important process in the recovery of valuable minerals. Most of the chemicals used in flotation are toxic and environmental harmful a...
Published in:Journal of Materials Chemistry APublication date:2016-01-01
UV-radiation, originated from sun, can be harmful for materials, plants and animals. Here we shown that chemical modified nanocellulose can be adde...
Published in:RSC AdvancesPublication date:2016-01-01
Dyes released from industrial sources can be extreme harmful, especially towards aquatic animals and plans. Chitosan, which is produced from second...
Published in:BiomacromoleculesPublication date:2016-09-12
Nanosized cellulose particles, such as nanocrystals and nanofibers, are promising biobased materials in many applications (e.g. reinforcing agents,...
Published in:ChemSusChemPublication date:2016-10-14
Published in:ChemSusChemPublication date:2016-12-01
Cellulose is most abundant biopolymer on earth and has thus high possibility to use in many applications, such as replacement for oil-based product...
Published in:Journal of Environmental Chemical EngineeringPublication date:2017-02-01
Published in:ACS Applied Materials & InterfacesPublication date:2016-12-20