Give Coin: Cellulose composite material

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So here we are going to describe an example process to produce a coin that can also work as a catalyst and is easy to make.
We can use pearl powder and/or zinc oxide or zinc sulfide.  Silk (of any type including spider) threads or protiens or fibers of any size, peroxidized or otherwise modified or not can also be used.
Thing is we can use microcrystaline cellulose (or nano) as something to help shape and give stability to our coin.  However we want the coin to be more stable than a tablet.  So we need to try to melt the cellulose.  How can we melt cellulose?  We have to have something that can reduce the melting point of cellulose so we can actually melt it without degrading it.  One of these ways is to use an oxidizer which promotes melting (favors amorphous vs crystalline).
We can peroxidize the zinc oxide perhaps, or just wet the mixture with hydrogen peroxide, or add another peroxidized ingredient like nano hydroxyapatite peroxide (which may improve the photocatalyst effect).  We can also peroxidize the cellulose itself which may lend to breaking it down to smaller particles or increasing the amorphicity as well.
When we press the mixture at say around 150f at high pressure with the addition of peroxide, this will help the cellulose melt and form a strong composite with the powders.  This process would be similar to "Superwood" process.  But in this case we are using purified cellulose and additives intead of the partially delifnified wooden matrix.  In any event, melting cellulose into a structure or composite I will call this a Cellulose Composite Material.  Superwood would fit into perhaps a naturally scaffolded Cellulose Composite Material.  What we will be doing with Give Coin would be a synthetically structured Cellulose composite material.  Cellulose composite material differs from cellulose nanofibers in a typical resin, because there the cellulose is used as a structural and bulking agent whereas in a cellulose composite material the cellulose is primarily a binding and gluing agent by forming or reforming hydrogen bonds between cellulose fibers.
Hydrogen peroxide, pressure, and temperature is one way to achieve melting of cellulose but any way can be used.  Other examples are cellulose acetate, but we want to keep the best properties of cellulose and cellulose acetate looses some strength of the cellulose.
 This technology can be used for any use.
This technology of peroxidation enhancing hydrogen bonding could also be used with superwood, where after delignizing you could treat the wood with hydrogen peroxide before or after pressing to improve hydrogen bonding.
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melting info
types of cellulose
nanocellulose process
ZnO as photocatalyst, preferably with dyes like billberry extract
Dye sensitized solar cell
photocatalytic water splitting
non-newtonian shear thickening caused from hydrogen bonds
Can also contain silk protiens with or without modification or peroxidation

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