Fibre Chemistry

, Volume 15, Issue 2, pp 121–123 | Cite as

Effect of additions of sodium acetate on the viscosity of cellulose acetate solutions

  • V. M. Aver'yanova
  • N. I. Panina
  • T. G. Gol'bina
  • Z. D. Tul'guk
Chemistry And Technology Of Man-Made Fibres


With the objective of reducing the viscosity of spinning solutions of cellulose acetate and diminishing the content of structural heterogeneities in them, it is advisable to introduce additions of sodium acetate.


Sodium Polymer Acetate Viscosity Cellulose 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • V. M. Aver'yanova
  • N. I. Panina
  • T. G. Gol'bina
  • Z. D. Tul'guk

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