Degradation of viscose fibres in the finishing process and in service
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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.
KeywordsPolymer Carboxyl Carbonyl Boiling Finish Process
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