The first preparation of thin films of cellulose itself is reported. Cellulose exhibits excellent wetting behavior, is extremely stable against oxidation and other chemical degradation and in thin-film form would have a number of applications. The method involves the preparation of LB films of trimethylcellulose (see Figure) and the in situ conversion of these thin films on silicon substrates to cellulose.
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