Our recent work "Surfactant-free cellulose filaments stabilized oil in water emulsions" was published on journal of Cellulose. In this study, the capability of a new type of cheaper cellulosic material, cellulose filaments (CFs), in formulating stable oil in water Pickering emulsions was investigated and compared with three conventional nanocelluloses, namely cellulose nanocrystals (CNCs), cellulose nanofibrils (CNFs) and TEMPO-oxidized CNFs (TEMPO-CNFs). The results of this study demonstrate the use of CFs as a novel and cheaper cellulosic material for stabilizing emulsions, which opens the door to a range of markets from the food industry to engineering applications.
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