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Design, Characterisation and Applications of Cellulose-Based Thin Films, Nanofibers and 3D Printed Structures
Tanja Pivec, Tamilselvan Mohan, Rupert Kargl, Manja Kurečič, Karin Stana-Kleinschek, 2021, other educational material

Abstract: The introduction of the Laboratory Manual gives the theoretical bases on cellulose and its derivatives, which are used as starting polymers for the preparation of multifunctional polymers with three different advanced techniques - spin coating, electrospinning and 3D printing. In the following, each technique is presented in a separate Lab Exercise. Each exercise covers the theoretical basics on techniques for polymer processing and methods for their characterisation, with an emphasis on the application of prepared materials. The experimental sections contain all the necessary information needed to implement the exercises, while the added results provide students with the help to implement correct and successful exercises and interpret the results.
Keywords: multifunctional polymers, polysaccharides, cellulose, electrospun, spin coating, 3D printing, nanofibers, thin films, multifunctional materials, laboratory manuals
Published: 09.03.2021; Views: 41; Downloads: 5
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1st International FibreNet Science for the Public Day
2019, proceedings

Abstract: First international conference in the scope of FibreNet project funded by European Commission. The conference brings the FibreNet together international representatives from industry and academia to discuss opportunities and strengths related to bio-based fibre products. In three consecutive sessions, fifteen international PhD students will present their research results, guide you along the value-chain of fibre-based products and give you the opportunity to discuss the future of bio-based materials.
Keywords: biobased materials, mechanical properties, paper, packaging, dissemination of research result
Published: 08.01.2020; Views: 317; Downloads: 18
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Photoregeneration of trimethylsilyl cellulose as a tool for microstructuring ultrathin cellulose supports
Archim Wolfberger, Rupert Kargl, Thomas Grießer, Stefan Spirk, 2014, original scientific article

Abstract: Microstructured thin films based on cellulose, the most abundant biopolymer on Earth, have been obtained by UV-irradiation of acid-labile trimethylsilyl cellulose thin films in the presence of N-hydroxynaphtalimide triflate as photoacid generator. We demonstrate that this photoregeneration process can be exploited for the manufacture of cellulose patterns having feature sizes down to 1 μm, with potential applications in life sciences.
Keywords: cellulose thin films, cellulose regeneration, patterning of cellulose, photoregeneration
Published: 22.06.2017; Views: 628; Downloads: 328
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Book of abstracts
2015, other monographs and other completed works

Abstract: 1st International EPNOE Junior Scientists Meeting "Future Perspectives in Polysaccharide Research", 19-20th January 2015
Published: 14.09.2016; Views: 626; Downloads: 40
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Book of abstracts
2015, other monographs and other completed works

Published: 30.12.2015; Views: 267; Downloads: 9
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Application and characterization of microstructured cellulose thin films
Rupert Kargl, Tamilselvan Mohan, Aleš Doliška, Karin Stana-Kleinschek, Volker Ribitsch, 2013, published scientific conference contribution

Keywords: celuloza
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 961; Downloads: 7
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