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.
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).
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
- Physicomechanical Property
- Cotton Cellulose
- Cord Fibre