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Current characterization methods for cellulose nanomaterials. / Foster, E. Johan; Moon, Robert J.; Agarwal, Umesh P.; Bortner, Michael J.; Bras, Julien; Camarero-Espinosa, Sandra; Chan, Kathleen J.; Clift, Martin J.D.; Cranston, Emily D.; Eichhorn, Stephen J.; Fox, Douglas M.; Hamad, Wadood Y.; Heux, Laurent; Jean, Bruno; Korey, Matthew; Nieh, World; Ong, Kimberly J.; Reid, Michael S.; Renneckar, Scott; Roberts, Rose; Shatkin, Jo Anne; Simonsen, John; Stinson-Bagby, Kelly; Wanasekara, Nandula; Youngblood, Jeff.

In: Chemical Society Reviews, Vol. 47, No. 8, 21.04.2018, p. 2609-2679.

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Foster, EJ, Moon, RJ, Agarwal, UP, Bortner, MJ, Bras, J, Camarero-Espinosa, S, Chan, KJ, Clift, MJD, Cranston, ED, Eichhorn, SJ, Fox, DM, Hamad, WY, Heux, L, Jean, B, Korey, M, Nieh, W, Ong, KJ, Reid, MS, Renneckar, S, Roberts, R, Shatkin, JA, Simonsen, J, Stinson-Bagby, K, Wanasekara, N & Youngblood, J 2018, 'Current characterization methods for cellulose nanomaterials' Chemical Society Reviews, vol. 47, no. 8, pp. 2609-2679. https://doi.org/10.1039/C6CS00895J, https://doi.org/10.1039/c6cs00895j

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Foster, E. J., Moon, R. J., Agarwal, U. P., Bortner, M. J., Bras, J., Camarero-Espinosa, S., ... Youngblood, J. (2018). Current characterization methods for cellulose nanomaterials. Chemical Society Reviews, 47(8), 2609-2679. https://doi.org/10.1039/C6CS00895J, https://doi.org/10.1039/c6cs00895j

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Foster EJ, Moon RJ, Agarwal UP, Bortner MJ, Bras J, Camarero-Espinosa S et al. Current characterization methods for cellulose nanomaterials. Chemical Society Reviews. 2018 Apr 21;47(8):2609-2679. https://doi.org/10.1039/C6CS00895J, https://doi.org/10.1039/c6cs00895j

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Foster, E. Johan ; Moon, Robert J. ; Agarwal, Umesh P. ; Bortner, Michael J. ; Bras, Julien ; Camarero-Espinosa, Sandra ; Chan, Kathleen J. ; Clift, Martin J.D. ; Cranston, Emily D. ; Eichhorn, Stephen J. ; Fox, Douglas M. ; Hamad, Wadood Y. ; Heux, Laurent ; Jean, Bruno ; Korey, Matthew ; Nieh, World ; Ong, Kimberly J. ; Reid, Michael S. ; Renneckar, Scott ; Roberts, Rose ; Shatkin, Jo Anne ; Simonsen, John ; Stinson-Bagby, Kelly ; Wanasekara, Nandula ; Youngblood, Jeff. / Current characterization methods for cellulose nanomaterials. In: Chemical Society Reviews. 2018 ; Vol. 47, No. 8. pp. 2609-2679.

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