Still very little is known on the environmental behaviour of nanocellulose. It is generally assumed that in the air mainly agglomerates are found.


In addition, the binding capacity to water is very high so that available water is bound by cellulose [1].


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  1. Vartiainen, J et al. (2011), Cellulose, 18(3): 775-786.


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