Description

The Dataset for Charge-driven interfacial gelation of cellulose nanofibrils across the water/oil interface contains data, in the form of Excel files, for the figures shown in the associated manuscript and the supplementary information. Each Excel file is specific for a set of data acquired utilising the same protocol.

In the Excel file named "Data_rheology_Fig2_3_S4_S5", the rheological data presented in Figures 2 and 3 of the manuscript and Figures S4 and S5 from the supplementary information are shown. The data are subdivided in different spreadsheets in according to the concentration of oxidised cellulose nanofibrils (OCNF) and ionic strength employed (NaCl concentration in mM), as specified at the top of each spreadsheet.

In the Excel file named "Data_rheology_Fig4", the rheological data presented in Figure 4 are shown. For all the rheological data, parameters as Gi* (N/m), tani(d) (-), Gi' (N/m) and Gi'' (N/m) are given as function of time (h) or strain amplitude (%) as shown in the relative figures.

In the Excel file named "Data_surface tension_Fig_S1", the surface tension measured at the oil-air interface (gamma, mN/m) as a function of Oleylamine (OA) concentration (mM) is given as illustrated in Figure S1 from the supplementary material.

Specification of the materials and methods employed throughout the data collection are available in the associated manuscript.
Date made available7 Nov 2019
PublisherUniversity of Bath

Research Output

Charge-driven interfacial gelation of cellulose nanofibrils across the water/oil interface

Calabrese, V., da Silva, M., Schmitt, J., Hossain, Z., Scott, J. L. & Edler, K. J., 14 Jan 2020, In : Soft Matter. 16, 2, p. 357-365

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    Calabrese, V. (Creator), da Silva, M. (Creator), Schmitt, J. (Creator), Hossain, Z. (Creator), Scott, J. (Creator), Edler, K. (Creator) (7 Nov 2019). Dataset for Charge-driven interfacial gelation of cellulose nanofibrils across the water/oil interface. University of Bath. 10.15125/BATH-00662