-- Rheological properties of concentrated solutions of cellulose in N-mcthylmorpholine-N-oxide on varying the concentration of cellulose in the solution from 10 to 28% by wt. have been studied.
-- It has been found that on increasing the cellulose content of the solution, the viscoelastic properties of the solution qualitatively change.
-- In spinning highly concentrated solutions (cellulose content greater than 20%) an abrupt impairment takes place in stability of jet formation; this is connected with a change in supermolecular structure and elastic properties of the solution.
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Braverman, L.P., Romanov, V.V., Lunina, O.B. et al. Rheological properties of concentrated cellulose solutions in N-methylmorpholine-N-oxide. Fibre Chem 22, 397–400 (1990). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00632892
- Elastic Property
- Rheological Property
- Concentrate Solution