Fibre Chemistry

, Volume 16, Issue 5, pp 349–351 | Cite as

Degradation of viscose fibres in the finishing process and in service

  • K. A. Sasykbaeva
  • A. T. Serkov
Physicomechanical Properties And Aplication Of Man-Made Fibres


The change in degree of polymerization, loss in weight, and buildup of carbonyl and carboxyl groups have been investigated in boiling, bleaching, and washing ordinary viscose fibre, Siblon high-modulus fibre, and cotton.

It has been found that Siblon high-modulus viscose fibre is preferable for blends with cotton with respect to resistance to degradation.


Polymer Carboxyl Carbonyl Boiling Finish Process 
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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1985

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  • K. A. Sasykbaeva
  • A. T. Serkov

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