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2010a). O C N ... R1 N C O + HO R2 OH + O C N R1 N C O + HO R2 OH + ... O C O N H R1 N H C O O R2 O C O N R1 H N C O R2 O ... H Fig. 2. Chemical reaction of linear polyurethanes synthesis. 2 Preparation methods Due to strong hydrogen bonding interactions between cellulose hydroxyl groups, it is difficult to obtain well separated whiskers in organic solvents, especially for non-polar solvents. Since the dispersion of cellulose nano whiskers in organic solvents is crucial to surface chemical modification of whiskers and preparation of nanocomposites, several methods have been used to solve this issue.