Fibre Chemistry

, Volume 8, Issue 1, pp 31–34 | Cite as

Models of the structure of the flow in industrial apparatus for caprolactam polymerization

  • N. V. Tyabin
  • V. V. Kafarov
  • A. P. Darmanyan
  • A. I. Tatarkin
Chemistry And Technology Of Synthetic Fibres


Polymer Caprolactam Industrial Apparatus Caprolactam Polymerization 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • N. V. Tyabin
  • V. V. Kafarov
  • A. P. Darmanyan
  • A. I. Tatarkin

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