Mechanism of secondary gel-particle formation in viscose
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Experimental and calculated data have been given which support the mechanism for formation of secondary gel particles in viscose.
According to this mechanism, the formation of gel particles takes place in the case where the time for diffusion exchange between the main stream and an immobile wall layer is greater than the time for coagulation.
KeywordsPolymer Calculated Data Main Stream Wall Layer Diffusion Exchange
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