Cellulose Decomposition on a 700 deg C Foam Monolith

Cellulose Decomposition on a 700 deg C Foam Monolith

A particle of microcrystalline cellulose (~300 micron diameter) decomposes on a high temperature ceramic foam monolith surface at 700 deg C. The entire duration of the video is about 200 millisecond.

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Self healing hydrogels and its industrial applications

Hydrogels are water-swollen, cross-linked polymeric structures produced by reactions of monomers or by hydrogen bonding. This hydrogels used in various applications .