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Contents of Nordic Pulp & Paper Research Journal    
Nordic Pulp & Paper Research Journal (NPPRJ) is an international scientific magazine covering science and technology for the areas of wood or bio-mass constituents, pulp and paper and including new fiber-based materials, recovery and by-products from pulping processes, bio-refining and energy issues. Articles meeting required scientific standards are accepted from any continent.
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Contents of Volume 29, 2014, Issue No. 1 Page
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Special Issue on Nanocellulose
Guest editors Monika Österberg, Aalto university, and Emily Cranston, McMaster University.
This special issue is open access, all published articles are freely available online.
All manuscripts are peer reviewed according to standard procedures. The issue contains a mixture of novel research papers on CNFs, CNCs and bacterial cellulose, as well as review papers focusing on topical issues for industrial applications of nanocellulose. As a result, we envision that it will be of interest not only to the existing nanocellulose community, but also to potential end users and scientists not yet familiar with nanocellulose.

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Auto-catalyzed acidic desulfation of cellulose nanocrystals 6
Stephanie Beck and Jean Bouchard  
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A route to uniaxially oriented ribbons of bacterial cellulose nanocrystals based on isomalt spun sacrificial template 15
Hervé Bizot and Bernard Cathala 
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Nanocellulose/polymer multilayered thin films: tunable architectures towards tailored physical properties 19
Clélia Martin and Bruno Jean  
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Critical discussion of light scattering and microscopy techniques for CNC particle sizing 31
Carole Fraschini, Grégory Chauve, Jean-François Le Berre, Steven Ellis, Myriam Méthot, Brian O’Connor and Jean Bouchard  
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A comparative study on characteristics of nanocellulose reinforced thermoplastic starch biofilms prepared with different techniques 41
Samaneh Karimi, Paridah Md. Tahir, Alain Dufresne, Ali Karimi, and Ali Abdulkhani 
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Surface modification of cellulose nanocrystals with cetyltrimethylammonium bromide 46
Tiffany Abitbol, Heera Marway and, Emily D. Cranston 
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Graft polymerization of ε-caprolactone to cellulose nanocrystals and optimization of grafting conditions utilizing a response surface methodology 58
Chen Tian, Shiyu Fu, Jianhao Chen, Qijun Meng, Lucian A. Lucia 
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Difference between bamboo- and wood-derived cellulose nanofibers prepared by the aqueous counter collision method 69
Kunio Tsuboi, Shingo Yokota and Tetsuo Kondo 
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An improved methodology for imaging cellulose nanocrystals by transmission electron microscopy 77
Madhu Kaushik, Wei C. Chen, Theo G. M. van de Ven, and Audrey Moores 
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A strategy for prediction of the elastic properties of epoxy-cellulose nanocrystal-reinforced fiber networks 85
Johnathan E. Goodsell, Robert J. Moon, Alionso Huizar, and R. Byron Pipes  
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Mechanically tunable nanocomposite hydrogels based on functionalized cellulose nanocrystals 95
Siham Atifi, Shunxing Su, and Wadood Y. Hamad 
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A review of nanocellulose as a novel vehicle for drug delivery 105
David V. Plackett, Kevin Letchford. John K. Jackson, and Helen M. Burt  
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Flocculation and retention of fillers with nanocelluloses 119
Markus H.J. Korhonen, and Janne Laine 
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Characterization of fibrillated celluloses. A short review and evaluation of characteristics with a combination of methods 129
Heli Kangas, Panu Lahtinen, Asko Sneck, Anna-Maija Saariaho, Ossi Laitinen and Erkki Hellén  
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Computational modeling of the structure relaxation and dispersion thermodynamics of pristine and modified cellulose nanocrystals in solution 144
Stanislav R. Stoyanov, Olga Lyubimova, Sergey Gusarov, and Andriy Kovalenko 
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Cellulose nanofibrils: Challenges and possibilities as a paper additive or coating material – A review 156
Fredrik Wernersson Brodin, Řyvind Weiby Gregersen and Kristin Syverud  
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Energy consumption of the nanofibrillation of bleached pulp, wheat straw and recycled newspaper through a grinding process 167
Sébastien Josset, Paola Orsolini, Gilberto Siqueira, Alvaro Tejado, Philippe Tingaut, Tanja Zimmermann 
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Cellulosic nanofibrils from eucalyptus, acacia and pine fibers 176
Andreas B. Fall, Ann Burman, and Lars Wĺgberg 
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