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Effect of post-compaction heating on characteristics of microcrystalline cellulose compacts
Compacts of microcrystalline cellulose were prepared at applied compression pressures of 21, 32, 43, 53, and 64 MPa. Compacts were subjected to elevated temperatures of 125°C, 150°C, and 175°C according to a 5-min heating program. The effect of these thermal treatments on compact volumes, densities, porosities, tensile strengths, and weight loss was determined. There was no change in the volumes of the compacts due to thermal treatments in most of the conditions. However, the densities of thedoi:10.1515/epoly-2022-0049 fatcat:iwzxbjly5rfrzbobdiilsvix6y