Project leader: Christian Müller

Conducting cellulose fibres and yarns for circular electronic textiles

Conducting fibres and yarns are essential components of the next generation of wearable electronics that seamlessly integrate electronic function into one of the most versatile and most widely used form of materials: textiles. Necessary requirements are a high degree of wash and wear resistance. Traditionally, colouring of cotton, viscose and lyocell fibres is done with …

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Recyclable and Creep Resistant Polyethylene – through Transient Cellulose Networks

Plastics enhance almost every aspect of human life from food consumption to medical care and even energy production. However, the often superficial use of plastics means that a large fraction of this versatile class of materials is not recycled but, instead, burned for energy recovery, buried as waste in landfills, or worst case simply discarded …

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