Fibre Chemistry

, Volume 15, Issue 5, pp 358–361 | Cite as

Structure of fibres based on low-substitution hydroxyethylcellulose

  • R. G. Mostovykh
  • T. V. Savatyugina
  • G. V. Nikonovich
Chemistry And Technology Of Man-Made Fibres


Optimum spinning conditions (composition and temperature of the precipitation and plasticizing baths, and degree of plasticized stretch) for fibres based on low-substitution hydroxyethylcellulose have been determined.

A relationship between spinning parameters, features of supermolecular organization, and the physicomechanical properties of HEC fibres has been established.


Polymer Precipitation Spinning Condition Physicomechanical Property Hydroxyethylcellulose 
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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1984

Authors and Affiliations

  • R. G. Mostovykh
  • T. V. Savatyugina
  • G. V. Nikonovich

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