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Superhydrophobic Modification of Cellulose and Cotton Textiles: Method-ologies and Applications

  • Corresponding author: Huining Xiao, e-mail addresses:hxiao@unb.ca
  • Received Date: 2019-10-20
    Accepted Date: 2019-11-25
    Fund Project:

    This work is supported by NSERC Canada and funding for the Joint International Research Lab of Lignocellulosic Functional Materials at Nanjing Forestry University.

  • Superhydrophobic cellulose-based products have immense potential in many industries where plastics and other polymers with hydrophobic properties are used. Superhydrophobic cellulose-based plastic is inherently biodegradable, renewable and non-toxic. Finding a suitable replacement of plastics is highly desired since plastics has become an environmental concern. Despite its inherent hydrophilicity, cellulose has unparalleled advantages as a substrate for the production of superhydrophobic materials which has been widely used in self-cleaning, self-healing, oil and water separation, electromagnetic interference shielding, etc. This review includes a comprehensive survey of the progress achieved so far in the production of super-hydrophobic materials based on cellulose and fiber networks. The method-ologies and applications of superhydrophobic-modified cellulose and fiber networks are emphasized. Overall, presented herein is targeting on summarizing some of the aspects that are critical to advance this evolving field of science which may provide new ideas for the developing and exploring of superhydrophobic and green-based materials.
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Superhydrophobic Modification of Cellulose and Cotton Textiles: Method-ologies and Applications

    Corresponding author: Huining Xiao, e-mail addresses:hxiao@unb.ca
  • a Department of Chemical Engineering, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB E3B 5A3, Canada;
  • b Joint International Research Lab of Lignocellulosic Functional Materials and Provincial Key Lab of Pulp and Paper Sci & Tech. Nanjing Forestry University, Nanjing 210037, China
Fund Project:  This work is supported by NSERC Canada and funding for the Joint International Research Lab of Lignocellulosic Functional Materials at Nanjing Forestry University.

Abstract: Superhydrophobic cellulose-based products have immense potential in many industries where plastics and other polymers with hydrophobic properties are used. Superhydrophobic cellulose-based plastic is inherently biodegradable, renewable and non-toxic. Finding a suitable replacement of plastics is highly desired since plastics has become an environmental concern. Despite its inherent hydrophilicity, cellulose has unparalleled advantages as a substrate for the production of superhydrophobic materials which has been widely used in self-cleaning, self-healing, oil and water separation, electromagnetic interference shielding, etc. This review includes a comprehensive survey of the progress achieved so far in the production of super-hydrophobic materials based on cellulose and fiber networks. The method-ologies and applications of superhydrophobic-modified cellulose and fiber networks are emphasized. Overall, presented herein is targeting on summarizing some of the aspects that are critical to advance this evolving field of science which may provide new ideas for the developing and exploring of superhydrophobic and green-based materials.

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