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In this study we have examined the use of nanosized precipitated calcium carbonate and silica particles for creating ultra-thin coating layer on paper. The nanoparticles were stabilized by adsorption of polyelectrolytes on the particle surface. The stabilized particles were combined either with cellulose nanofibril material to create a uniform network structure or used in a bilayer approach. Application of the constructed particle structures on paper enabled adjustable wettability of the surface.
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