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Comments on the article “On the degradation evolution equations of cellulose” by Hongzhi Ding and Zhongdong Wang



Scission Cellulose Chain Cellulose Degradation Scissile Bond Tensile Strength Degradation 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Ministero Beni CulturaliS.B.A.PGenovaItaly

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