Some features of ripening of concentrated viscoses
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The kinetics of change in viscosity and in homogeneity of concentrated viscoses has been studied during the ripening process, both under laboratory conditions and also under the conditions of a pilot plant line.
The possibility has been demonstrated of preparing viscose fibres and textile yarns from concentrated viscoses.
KeywordsPolymer Viscosity Laboratory Condition Pilot Plant Ripening Process
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