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The demand for sustainable functional materials with an eco-friendly preparation process is on the rise. Lignocellulosics has been attributed as the most sustainable bioresource on earth which can meet the stringent requirements of functionalization. However, cellulose nanomaterials obtained from lignocellulosics which has reached advanced stages as a sustainable functional material is challenged by its preparation procedures. These procedures cannot best be described as sustainable anddoi:10.21967/jbb.v4i1.186 fatcat:chyidaqf3ffrhor6rspiaplq74