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Prepration of nanoparticles by ball milling

Apr 14, 2021

Nov 26, 2019 The ball-milling method also permits blend formation using synthetic polymers, which allows tuning the physical properties of the final material. Finally, the method shown here provides a quick access to versatile metal nanoparticle cellulose composites (and their blends), which may find applications, such as in paper-based diagnostics and

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