Properties of Cellulose Nanofibril Produced from Wet Ball Milling after Enzymatic Treatment vs. Mechanical Grinding of Bleached Softwood Kraft Fibers Cellulose nanofibril is a class of promising and renewable nanocellulosic material due to its unique dimensional characteristics and appealing properties.
Wet ball mill is a kind of equipment which uses grinding medium and a certain amount of liquid to grind materials. Unlike dry ball mill, wet ball mill adopts the wet grinding method. The characteristic of wet grinding is that the material needs to be soaked in the liquid for grinding.
2.2 Milling treatment A planetary ball mill device was employed to pre treat the grass hybrid. Milling pre treatment was done in two ways: wet milling (by addition of 1/3 volume of deionized water to the Table 1 Characteristics of the Pennisetum hybrid silage and inoculum for ADa Analysis Pennisetum hybrid silage Inoculum pH 7.71 0.04
Ball Milling Cellulose materials were wet ball milled with a PQ N2 planetary ball mill . The enzymatically treated fibers were diluted to 1.0 wt% and then agitated by a mechanical blender for 10 min. Then 150 g of the diluted fibril slurry were put into an agate jar of 500 mL capacity.