Mekdad, S. and Naciri Bennani, M. and Ahlafi, H. (2014) Elaboration of a nanomaterial from microcrystalline cellulose and a hydrotalcite Mg2AlCO3) Elaboration d'un nanomatériau à partir d'une cellulose microcristalline et d'une hydrotalcite Mg2AlCO3. Journal of Materials and Environmental Science, 5. pp. 2236-2243.

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The development of nanomaterials is recent and require a large multidisciplinary. Also, the production process and valorization of properties of these new materials are still emerging. The objective of this work is to synthetize a nano-biomaterial by introducing synthetic clay (Hydrotalcite HT) as nanofiller in a natural polymer matrix (microcrystalline cellulose MCC) previously dissolved in NaOH and urea solution, using the method of heating by microwaves. Differents percentage of hydrotalcite (2, 5 and 10) has been tested. The prepared materials were characterized by IR spectroscopy, XRD and DTA/TGA. 2 of Hydrotalcite is proved to be the optimum charge rate for obtaining a nanomaterial.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Environmental Science
Divisions: SCIENTIFIC PRODUCTION > Environmental Science
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