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Author Topic: Is nanocellulose sensitive to electromagnetic fields?  (Read 1259 times)

Offline Voxx

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Alright, it's supposed to be as strong as steel and weigh extremely light.

However it has specific molecular changes when exposed to electromagnetic fields?  What are those effects.

What about heat, liquids, impacts, vibration, ect.

If it is extremely hard then what's the purpose if it falls apart once exposed to certain things?  Am I not understanding something about its design/structure? 
« Last Edit: 30/07/2013 16:08:02 by chris »


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