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Enhancing the matrix-fiber interface with a surfactant leads to improved performance properties of 3D printed composite materials containing cellulose nanofibrils
Cellulose nanofibrils (CNFs) exhibit characteristics that make them a desirable addition to new composite materials. CNFs are usable in a wide variety of applications such as coatings, personal and healthcare products, packaging, and advanced structural materials. They can also help overcome some performance issues with objects 3D printed by stereolithography (SLA) including dimensional instability and poor mechanical properties. However, CNFs are hydrophilic, making their dispersion indoi:10.26434/chemrxiv-2022-z4k68-v2 fatcat:h7yq2yyzr5exvfah2ttzxgfy2i