Development of Bio-Based Materials: Synthesis, Characterization and Applications
Borrero-López, Antonio M. (editor)
Valencia-Barragán, Concepción (editor)
Cortés Triviño, Esperanza (editor)
Tenorio-Alfonso, Adrián (editor)
Delgado-Sánchez, Clara (editor)
The need to find suitable biomaterials and procedures from alternative sources able to imitate or even enhance the performance of currently used products has become an important focus of research today due to the depletion of non-renewable resources and the increasing concern related to climate change, sustainability and environmental preservation. Thus, this reprint gathers different original articles and review manuscripts from the Special Issue “Development of Bio-Based Materials: Synthesis, Characterization and Applications”. The development of partial or fully bio-based materials has been included, with excellent outcomes in many different applications, as well as alternative procedures that can reduce the carbon footprint or optimize both production and energy consumption.
Keywordsmangosteen leaves; marker ink; color lightness; viscosity; optimization; RSM; biomaterial; palm oil; radiation curing; radiation processing; surface coatings; VOC; cellulose nanocrystal; film; homogenization; ultrasonication; secondary processing mill residues; wood flour; wood pellets; wood–plastic composites; physical properties; transportation costs; biocomposite; bio-sourced products; mechanical properties; micro-mechanics; mechanical testing; lignin; emulsion; rheology; microstructure; bitumen; product design; burn wound healing; polymeric film; microwave; nanoparticles-film combined application; xanthan gum; potassium formate; rheological behavior; high-temperature aging; citric acid; oil palm trunk; oil palm frond; empty fruit bunch; cyclic aging treatment; biopolymer; biomaterials; biodegradations; polysaccharide; bone tissue engineering; polymer; plasma modification; PMMA; material morphology; honeycomb-like pattern; cell growth; cytocompatibility; FEP; cell adhesion; neat biochar; palm kernel shell; magnetic biochar; adsorption mechanism; encapsulated carvacrol; gellan gum hydrogel; antibacterial activity; E. coli; natural fibers; socio-economic assessment; technological aspects; sustainability; renewable resources; cellulose nanofibers; chemical pretreatment; cytotoxicity; nanocellulose; Populus alba L.; bioadhesive; chitosan methacrylate; graphene oxide; bone repair; photocrosslinking; antimicrobial peptide (microspheres); Tricholoma matsutake; physicochemical quality; microbial quality; lignocellulose; cellulose; biofuels; biochemicals; lubricating greases; adhesives; cushioning materials; adsorption; carrier; covalent attachment; entrapment; immobilization; protein engineering; therapeutic enzyme; polyesteramides; biodegradable polymers; biobased polymers; mass spectrometry; MALDI; tandem mass spectrometry; sequencing; characterization; Py-GC/MS; high-fat diet; obesity; Tremella fuciformis; uronic acid; biopolymers; tear strength; amorphous structure; droplet size distribution; microfluidization; Pickering emulsion; response surface methodology; Turbiscan Stability Index; zein; 3D printing; additive manufacturing; cell immobilization; bio-based polymers; dual curing; shape-memory; photocuring; microtransfer molding; compressed wood; bleaching; lignin content; alpha-cellulose; swelling; chitooligosaccharides; chitin; chitosan; anti-inflammatory; antioxidant; tissue engineering; wound healing; antimicrobial; drug delivery; antitumor; n/a; rigid foams; tannin-based foams; polyurethane foams; phenolic foams; Iron(III)-hemicellulose complex; rhamnoxylan; iron supplement; magnetic polymer; hematinic
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2023
Technology: general issues