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Mitsubishi Chemical and Venza paper jointly study the composites of nano cellulose and resin

Mitsubishi Chemical and Venza paper announced on January 7, 2010 that the two companies have reached an agreement on the joint research of the composites of nanofibcellulose and resin. Nano cellulose is a kind of material that can finely decompose plant fiber (pulp) to nm level. The coefficient of linear thermal expansion is the same as that of glass fiber, and the elasticity is higher than that of glass fiber, which has physical properties comparable to aramid fiber. Moreover, nano cellulose comes from plants, so the environmental load associated with production and waste is small

even if the nano cellulose with a diameter of less than 100nm is dispersed in the resin, the parallel radiation range is wide, and the light transmittance can be maintained at 85%. It is a transparent material comparable to flat glass. Excellent processability is achieved through low linear thermal expansion coefficient, so it is expected to be used in flexible base plate (for curved display) of organic EL display and LED packaging materials. On the other hand, if the nano cellulose with a diameter of more than 100nm is dispersed into the resin, although it is opaque, it can pass through light. Therefore, in addition to the flexible film making base plate (for curved surface lighting) illuminated by organic EL, it is also expected to replace various fiber-reinforced plastics

the joint research time of the two companies is scheduled to be about three years before September 2012, with the purpose of selecting promising composite materials (plants and resins), establishing efficient manufacturing processes and exploring specific application fields. At the same time, a feasibility study has been carried out. Since this year, it has continued to maintain a double-digit growth rate. If there is hope, it will jointly carry out business in 2012

Mitsubishi Chemical takes nanocellulose resin composites as the object, and has participated in a package of industry university cooperation alliance of Kyoto University since August 2002, while also promoting the internal research and development of the company. And has participated in the new energy industry technology Comprehensive Development Agency (NEDO) project since September 2007. Prince paper has also been promoting the independent research and development of nano cellulose, and also participated in the NEDO project

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