Scott Renneckar
Scott Renneckar
Professor of Advanced Renewable Materials, The University of British Columbia
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Current international research into cellulose nanofibres and nanocomposites
SJ Eichhorn, A Dufresne, M Aranguren, NE Marcovich, JR Capadona, ...
Journal of materials science 45 (1), 1-33, 2010
20402010
Current characterization methods for cellulose nanomaterials
EJ Foster, RJ Moon, UP Agarwal, MJ Bortner, J Bras, ...
Chemical Society Reviews 47 (8), 2609-2679, 2018
2382018
Environmental science and engineering applications of nanocellulose-based nanocomposites
H Wei, K Rodriguez, S Renneckar, PJ Vikesland
Environmental Science: Nano 1 (4), 302-316, 2014
1892014
Supramolecular structure characterization of molecularly thin cellulose I nanoparticles
Q Li, S Renneckar
Biomacromolecules 12 (3), 650-659, 2011
1872011
A new bio-based nanocomposite: fibrillated TEMPO-oxidized celluloses in hydroxypropylcellulose matrix
RK Johnson, A Zink-Sharp, SH Renneckar, WG Glasser
Cellulose 16 (2), 227-238, 2009
1532009
Biomimetic calcium phosphate crystal mineralization on electrospun cellulose-based scaffolds
K Rodríguez, S Renneckar, P Gatenholm
ACS applied materials & interfaces 3 (3), 681-689, 2011
1222011
Nanocellulose life cycle assessment
Q Li, S McGinnis, C Sydnor, A Wong, S Renneckar
ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 1 (8), 919-928, 2013
1162013
Electrospinning cellulosic nanofibers for biomedical applications: structure and in vitro biocompatibility
K Rodríguez, P Gatenholm, S Renneckar
Cellulose 19 (5), 1583-1598, 2012
752012
Surface modification of cellulose fibers: towards wood composites by biomimetics
SE Gradwell, S Renneckar, AR Esker, T Heinze, P Gatenholm, ...
Comptes Rendus Biologies 327 (9-10), 945-953, 2004
732004
Nanocomposite-based lignocellulosic fibers 1. Thermal stability of modified fibers with clay-polyelectrolyte multilayers
Z Lin, S Renneckar, DP Hindman
Cellulose 15 (2), 333, 2008
722008
Molecularly thin nanoparticles from cellulose: isolation of sub-microfibrillar structures
Q Li, S Renneckar
Cellulose 16 (6), 1025-1032, 2009
632009
Nanocomposites prepared by in situ enzymatic polymerization of phenol with TEMPO-oxidized nanocellulose
Z Li, S Renneckar, JR Barone
Cellulose 17 (1), 57-68, 2010
612010
Compositional analysis of thermoplastic wood composites by TGA
S Renneckar, AG Zink‐Sharp, TC Ward, WG Glasser
Journal of applied polymer science 93 (3), 1484-1492, 2004
592004
Preparation and evaluation of nanocellulose–gold nanoparticle nanocomposites for SERS applications
H Wei, K Rodriguez, S Renneckar, W Leng, PJ Vikesland
Analyst 140 (16), 5640-5649, 2015
522015
Enzyme mediated nanofibrillation of cellulose by the synergistic actions of an endoglucanase, lytic polysaccharide monooxygenase (LPMO) and xylanase
J Hu, D Tian, S Renneckar, JN Saddler
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-8, 2018
492018
New insights into enzymatic hydrolysis of heterogeneous cellulose by using carbohydrate-binding module 3 containing GFP and carbohydrate-binding module 17 containing CFP
S Gao, C You, S Renneckar, J Bao, YHP Zhang
Biotechnology for biofuels 7 (1), 24, 2014
472014
Cation− π interactions as a mechanism in technical lignin adsorption to cationic surfaces
KV Pillai, S Renneckar
Biomacromolecules 10 (4), 798-804, 2009
452009
Mechanical properties of wetlaid lyocell and hybrid fiber-reinforced composites with polypropylene
RK Johnson, A Zink-Sharp, SH Renneckar, WG Glasser
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 39 (3), 470-477, 2008
452008
Nanoscale coatings on wood: polyelectrolyte adsorption and layer-by-layer assembled film formation
S Renneckar, Y Zhou
ACS applied materials & interfaces 1 (3), 559-566, 2009
432009
Electrospun nanofibrous cellulose scaffolds with controlled microarchitecture
K Rodríguez, J Sundberg, P Gatenholm, S Renneckar
Carbohydrate polymers 100, 143-149, 2014
352014
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