What is Cellulose Made Of?

I. Understanding Cellulose Composition

Cellulose, a vital structural material in the plant kingdom, is predominantly derived from plant sources. Abundantly found in substances like wood, cotton, hemp, and other plant fibers, cellulose serves as a fundamental component of plant cell walls. Through a refining process, cellulose is extracted from these fibers, offering a versatile resource for a multitude of applications.

II. Exploring Cellulose Ethers

III. Applications of Cellulose Ethers

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