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It was found that microfibers with a relatively high aspect ratio nearly doubled the Young’s modulus and tripled the strength which far surpassed those observed for microfibers of modest aspect ratios. Although cellulose nano whiskers were not discussed, it proved that a high aspect ratio, one of the characteristics of whiskers, had a considerable positive effect on the improvement of mechanical properties. Green algae cellulose fibers of 500 to 600 µm in length and 20 to 200 µm in width were used to prepare a PU composite foam by Johnson & Shivkumar (2004).
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