A Study on the Effect of Green Fillers in Natural Rubber
Keywords:Cellulose, Chitin, Natural rubber, Starch
Continuous research for a green non-petroleum filler environment is an attractive challenge for modern rubber research. In recent times, rubber researchers have become increasingly aware use as green reinforcement for rubber composites. Bio-fillers based on cellulose, chitin, starch, and their composition have been interesting topics because of their eco- friendliness, low cost, and good thermo-mechanical qualities in recent decades. The hydrophilic nature of supported bio fillers in plant fibers reduces the compatibility with rubber matrix. The purpose of this work is to provide an update on cellulose, chitin, and starch, with an emphasis on their impact on the mechanical properties of natural rubber (NR)-based composites reinforced with these fillers. The major parameters of NR structural categorization will be thermal and biological deterioration. As a result of the filling's tiny size, mechanical, thermal, sorption, crystallinity, and biodegradability of bio fillers/NR composites increased. Finally, cellulose, chitin, and starch will be researched in various areas to increase the usage of NR-based chemicals. The report would aim to impart all necessary details concerning from scratch in very elliptical manner.
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