Conferring antimicrobial properties on staple fibre based on cellulose
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The possibility of giving staple fibres based on cellulose antimicrobial properties by a surface treatment with stearates of quaternary ammonium bases has been investigated.
It has been shown that the stearates of long-chain tetraalkylammonium and alkylpyridinium bases give the fibre antimicrobial properties which are resistant to repeated water treatments.
KeywordsPolymer Ammonium Cellulose Water Treatment Stearate
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