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Nanotechnology for forest products. Part 1Author(s): Theodore Wegner; Phil Jones
Source: Solutions for people, processes and paper. (July 2005): pages 44-46.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionNano-sized particles may be small, but for our industry they offer huge potential. Nanotechnology represents a major opportunity for the forest products industry to develop new products, substantially reduce processing costs, and open new markets in the coming decades.
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CitationWegner, Theodore; Jones, Phil. 2005. Nanotechnology for forest products. Part 1. Solutions for people, processes and paper. (July 2005): pages 44-46.
KeywordsForest products industry, nanotechnology
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