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Novel hydrogel properties by microstructural control of carboxymethyl cellulose nanofibers using freezing

Sekine, Yurina   

By using the freezing phenomenon, we discovered that a hydrogel with high compressive strength can be formed using only harmless materials, mainly carboxymethyl cellulose nanofibers. The key is the phase separation of ice crystals and solutes that occurs when aqueous solutions freeze. This paper describes the formation mechanism of the freeze crosslinked hydrogel and its properties.



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