The spectrophotometric method permits a rapid determination of the value of γCS2 for xanthate in viscose. The duration of such a determination is 20–30 min. The method is recommended for the analysis of viscose under production conditions and for investigational work.
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Kotomina, I.N., Serkov, A.T. Spectrophotometic determination of the degree of esterification of cellulose xanthate in viscose. Fibre Chem 1, 581–583 (1971). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00633268
- Cellulose Xanthate
- Production Condition
- Spectrophotometric Method