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New invention with innovation technology NANO solutions on a basis of Bast Crops Colloid systems. | Abstract
An International Journal

Agricultural and Biological Research

ISSN - 0970-1907
RNI # 24/103/2012-R1

Abstract

New invention with innovation technology NANO solutions on a basis of Bast Crops Colloid systems.

Oleg Anokhin

Accordingly the phased consideration of such complex multifunction systems starts with models of constant pressure and constant volume with detailed consideration of each phase and the improved technologies being offered. In the initial phase we plan modelling exercises to transfer already existing supramolecular compositions of polysaccharides to unsteady state via their formation from existing biological entities, represented by any plant with different composition and types of structural formations of cellulose and with different speed of its synthesis. (option for future production). The objective of the first phase is a possibility to control the structural changes which, according to the preliminary studies, can reduce the instability in a number of fibre properties. This structure defines the morphology of fibre and energy of interaction between the structural elements. The properties of fibres and anisotropy of these properties are largely dependent on supramolecular (nanolevel of structural organization). This study offers the development of new approaches, (model designs) and tools, as a mechanism for development of new technologies. Therefore, it is necessary to carry out a system of researches for studying the processes of structural changes during processing of native cellulose fibres. Development of such scientific instrumentation is associated with the consideration of molecular processes proceeding during secondary crystallization. Systematisation and coordinated arrangement of realization of processes of secondary crystallization are the very objective of these researches. Without doubt, such processes as relaxation of internal stresses with specially selected plasticizers at elevated temperatures and their components; alternating thermal

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