Phytic acid-assisted fabrication for soybean meal/nanofiber composite adhesive via bioinspired chelation reinforcement strategy.

Published on Nov 15, 2020in Journal of Hazardous Materials9.038
· DOI :10.1016/J.JHAZMAT.2020.123064
Shicun Jin10
Estimated H-index: 10
(BFU: Beijing Forestry University),
Kuang Li4
Estimated H-index: 4
(NFU: Nanjing Forestry University)
+ 4 AuthorsJianzhang Li32
Estimated H-index: 32
(BFU: Beijing Forestry University)
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Abstract
Abstract Adhesives are commonly used in the wood industry, such as plywood, fiberboard, and particleboard, for making furniture, flooring, kitchen cabinets, and wall materials. However, almost all of these adhesives come from petroleum resources and release toxic substances that pollute the environment and endanger human health. Therefore, it is necessary to promote the production of eco-friendly adhesives. The development of plant-protein-based adhesives can increase the value of agricultural wastes and reduce the environmental hazards. However, their industrial application is limited by their poor mechanical strength and inferior water resistance. The main purpose of this study was to prepare a green effective reinforcer to improve the water resistance and mechanical strength of soybean meal (SM) adhesive. To achieve the above goals, a natural chelating agent phytic acid (PA)-mediated aminoclay-cellulose nanofiber (AC@CNF) nanohybrid was prepared. Then, the AC@CNF-PA nanohybrids were combined with SM to prepare a high-performance SM-based adhesive. The water resistance of the modified adhesive was remarkably improved, with 105.2 % higher than that of the unmodified SM adhesive in wet shear strength. Moreover, the modified adhesive showed good cytocompatibility, biodegradability, and flame retardancy. This work suggested a new approach in preparing green high-performance protein-based adhesives.
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