Construction and Properties of New Regular Cellulose Textures


Larissa Gorbatikh

New natural cellulose fabrics represent a remarkable convergence of sustainability and performance in the textile industry. These fabrics, derived primarily from plant-based sources like wood pulp or bamboo, exhibit a unique structure and a range of exceptional properties. At their core, these fabrics consist of cellulose fibers, which boast a highly ordered crystalline structure interspersed with amorphous regions. This intricate nanostructure imparts remarkable qualities to these textiles. They are renowned for their biodegradability, making them a sustainable choice in an era of increasing environmental consciousness. Furthermore, natural cellulose fabrics excel in moisture absorption, ensuring wearers stay comfortable by wicking away perspiration and allowing breathability, making them particularly suitable for warm and humid climates. Additionally, they are often hypoallergenic, offering gentleness to sensitive skin, and in some cases, exhibit inherent antibacterial properties. As sustainable fashion and eco-friendly materials gain prominence, these new natural cellulose fabrics stand at the forefront, showcasing the potential of natureinspired textiles that balance structure and properties to meet the demands of both consumers and the planet.

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