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Vol 3, No 1: (Published) Progress of cellulose-based Biomedical functional compositescellulose-based Functional composites exhibit the functional characteristics, such as light, electric, magnetic func-tionsand catalytic properties, which have been widely applied in pulping and papermaking, fine chemical, tissue en-gineering, BIOmedical and other fields.cellulose-based biomedical composites are typical cellulose materials, com-bining the advantages of both biomass and biomaTerials, which have potential applications in bone repair and re-placement, tissue engineering, drug delivery, Gene CarrieR, protein adsorption, and other fields.In this review, we in-troduced three synthetic methods to composites including hydrothermal (Solvothermal) method, MicrowAve method and ultrasonic method, discussed the advantages and disadvantages of these three kinds of preparation,reviewed the progress of cellulose-based materials, and systematically summarized cellulose-based biomedical compOsites such as Cellulose/hydroxyapatite, Cellulose/calcium carbonate, and Cellulose/ag composites.Based on our experience, we pointed out the problems and future development of cellulose-based BiomedicalItes.It is expected to provide reference for the resourceful, functional, high-value, and recycling applications of biomass.In the future, it is desired to develop the manufacturing strategy for large-scale synthesis of cellulose-basedComposites, explore its synthetic mechanism, and reveal the intrinsic relationship the among, cellulose functionalIALs, methods and properties.It is so known that cellulose is difficult to dissolve in water or organic solvents under normal conditions because of tHe intra-and in-ter-molecular hydrogen bonds.Therefore, the development of suitable solvent for dissolving of cellulose is ofMproving their industrial applications. More recently, the cellulose Nanocrystal has received attentions to its due excellent.It is suggested this cellu-lose-based functional composites can be fabricated by using cellulose as matrix.Furthermore, rapid progresses are an-ticipated in the preparation of various-cellulose-based multifunctional composites including efficient antibacterial, flame retardant, waterproof, fireproof, adsorptive, anti-counterfeiting, RapidDetective and analytical functions. Abstract  PDF
Maming guo
Vol 1, No 1: (Published) Wave-absorbing Structural Ceramic Matrix Composites Abstract  PDF
laifei Cheng
Vol 3, No 1: (Published) Preparation and mechanical properties of particle-reinforced alumi-num matrix composites Abstract  PDF
Shi yang
Vol 3, No 1: (Published) Performance and decomposition behavior of hydromagnesite Mg (OH) 2 Synergistic polyethylene flame Retardant composites Abstract  PDF
jie Hejun
Vol 6, No 2: (Published) Reparation and properties of ceramifiable ethylene propylene diene monomer Abstract  PDF
liangdian Liu
Vol 6, No 2: (Published) Load PVDF nylon Non-woven fabric intercalation carbon fiber / Epoxy resin composite Abstract  PDF
Delong He
Vol 6, No 1: (Published) Synthesis and properties of phenolic modified enzymatic hydrolysis Lignin-epoxy Resin/epoxy resin Composites Abstract  PDF
fang Wang
Vol 6, No 1: (Published) Non-continuous particle-reinforced titanium matrix composites Abstract  PDF
yuafei Han
Vol 2, No 1: (Published) Development status and challenge of advanced resin matrix composites Abstract  PDF
Package Shiliying
Vol 5, No 1: (Published) Preparation Methods and developing Trends of Nan 0 -al203 reinforced Abstract  PDF
hao Pan
Vol 5, No 1: (Published) Development of Geopolymer and geopolymer-based composites Abstract  PDF
dechang Jia
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