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  • Inhibition of Polymer Photodegradation by Incorporation of Coffee Silverskin

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    - Proceedings - Year 2021

    Over the last years, the trend associated with the incorporation of materials from renewable resources into polymer technology is getting significantly more vital. Researchers are trying to transfer the properties of natural raw materials into the polymer world. Therefore, different natural materials are more often investigated as potential additives for polymers. Such an effect is noted for the coffee industry by-products, such...

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  • Coffee Silverskin as a Multifunctional Waste Filler for High-Density Polyethylene Green Composites

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    - Journal of Composites Science - Year 2021

    This work aims to describe the coffee silverskin effect as a lignocellulosic waste filler for high-density polyethylene (HDPE) composites development. The main task was to determine various modification effects resulting from the complex chemical composition of coffee silverskin containing compounds with potential antioxidative properties, including caffeine, polyphenols, tannins, or melanoidins. The processing, thermal, physicochemical,...

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  • Coffee silverskin as a potential bio-based antioxidant for polymer materials: Brief review

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    - Proceedings - Year 2021

    Coffee silverskin is one of the by-products generated by the coffee industry. Although it is not the most burdensome one, because it stands only for ~4.2 wt % of coffee, it seems like an auspicious raw material for industrial processes. Coffee silverskin is characterized by a relatively low moisture content of ~5–7%, so it often does not require quite energy-consuming drying processes. The chemical composition of coffee silverskin,...

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  • By-Products from Food Industry as a Promising Alternative for the Conventional Fillers for Wood–Polymer Composites

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    - Polymers - Year 2021

    The present paper describes the application of two types of food-industry by-products, brewers’ spent grain (BSG), and coffee silverskin (ŁK) as promising alternatives for the conventional beech wood flour (WF) for wood–polymer composites. The main goal was to investigate the impact of partial and complete WF substitution by BSG and ŁK on the processing, structure, physicochemical, mechanical, and thermal properties of resulting...

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