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Cord fibre from cotton cellulose

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It has been shown that processing cotton cellulose (short-staple lint) by the experimental-commercial system developed by NIIKhTTs gives cord fibre with physicomechanical properties as good as those of American viscose cotton cellulose.

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    A. M. Zaripova, Kh. U. Usmanov, V. P. Kiseleva, and N. V. Shulyatikov, in: Modification and Structure of Cotton Cellulose [in Russian], No. 5, Izd. Ilim, Frunze (1969), p. 36.

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    A. T. Serkov, G. A. Budnitskii, M. P. Chivilikhina, T. P. Veretennikov, N. P. Shishkina, I. A. Kondrashova, L. V. Muravleva, and V. I. Ordina, Khim. Volokna, No. 3, 42 (1966).

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NIIKhTTs. All-Union Scientific-Research Institute for Man-Made Fibre (VNIIV). Translated from Khimicheskie Volokna, No. 6, pp. 32, November–December, 1969.

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Zaripova, A.M., Usmanov, K.U. & Kiseleva, V.P. Cord fibre from cotton cellulose. Fibre Chem 1, 641–643 (1971). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00581197

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Keywords

  • Polymer
  • Cellulose
  • Physicomechanical Property
  • Cotton Cellulose
  • Cord Fibre