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Composite materials are materials constituted of two or more immiscible constituents to obtain properties which cannot be attained by the individual components. This chapter describes general trends in the use of biomass in composite materials used as the continuous polymer matrix, reinforcing fibres or fillers and as a compatibilising agent to strengthen the interaction between the individual phases.

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