The conditions for heat treatment of high-molecular-weight cellulose acetate fibres which ensure formation of an ordered fibre structure with elevated strength properties were established. An ordered structure can be obtained in heat treatment if the acetate fibre is wet spun with positive spinneret drawing.
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Nekhaenko, E.A., Gembitskii, L.S., Protsenko, N.V. et al. Heat treatment of high-molecular-weight cellulose acetate fibres. Fibre Chem 24, 467–469 (1993). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00551604
- Heat Treatment
- Cellulose Acetate