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Hydrogen bonding interactions and covalent linkages between cellulose fibers and polymeric matrix were found by FT-IR but the mechanical properties of nanocomposites were not discussed. Later on, Wu et al. (2007) did a comparison study on cellulose fiber versus nanofibril reinforced high strength elastomeric PU nanocomposites. 3 wt%), were 20 to 40 nm in diameter and 450-900 nm in length. Date shown in Table 13 indicated that cellulose nanofibrils had a significant reinforcing effect on the tensile properties of elastomeric PU, while cellulose fibers gave a mild increase of tensile modulus but a decrease of tensile strength and the strain-to-failure.

Kuga, S. & Okano, T. (1998). Flow properties of microcrystalline cellulose suspension prepared by acid treatment of native cellulose. ; Kuga, S. & Okana, T. (1999). Influence of surface charge on viscosity behavior of cellulose microcrystal suspension. ; Kuga, S. & Okano, T. (2000). Birefringent glassy phase of a cellulose microcrystal suspension. Langmuir, 16, 6, 2413-2415 Auad, M. ; Contos, V. ; Aranguren, M. I. & Marcovich, N. E. (2008). Characterization of nanocellulose-reinforced shape memory polyurethanes.

S study (2009), it was demonstrated that WPU chains formed crystalline domains on the surface of whiskers which expedited the crystallization of PCL in nanocomposites. This co-crystallization phenomenon is believed to induce the formation of a co-continuous phase between the filler and matrix which significantly enhanced the interfacial adhesion and consequently contributed to an improvement in thermal stability and mechanical strength of the nanocomposites. , 2010b). A detailed comparison of mechanical and thermal properties between the neat PU and PU nanocomposites mentioned above is summarized in Table 11.

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