Studies on the structural aspects of carboxymethyl cellulose of low degree of substitution

J. Borsa, J. Reicher, I. Rusznak

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Abstract

Cotton cellulose is swollen in caustic soda and carboxymethylated for different periods of time using a two-bath procedure to examine the effect of carboxymethylation and swelling time on fibre characteristics (porosity, iodine absorption, dynamic and loss moduli). The value for structurally-bound water is also determined. The fibre structure is influenced by the substitution and dissolution of highly-carboxylated fractions, followed by the destruction and collapse of the supermolecular structure.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCellul. Chem. Technol.
Edition26
Publication statusPublished - 1992

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Carboxymethylcellulose Sodium
Cellulose
Substitution reactions
Caustic soda
Sodium Hydroxide
Fibers
Iodine
Cotton
Swelling
Dissolution
Porosity
Water

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  • Materials Science(all)

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Borsa, J., Reicher, J., & Rusznak, I. (1992). Studies on the structural aspects of carboxymethyl cellulose of low degree of substitution. In Cellul. Chem. Technol. (26 ed.)

Studies on the structural aspects of carboxymethyl cellulose of low degree of substitution. / Borsa, J.; Reicher, J.; Rusznak, I.

Cellul. Chem. Technol.. 26. ed. 1992.

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Borsa, J, Reicher, J & Rusznak, I 1992, Studies on the structural aspects of carboxymethyl cellulose of low degree of substitution. in Cellul. Chem. Technol.. 26 edn.
Borsa, J. ; Reicher, J. ; Rusznak, I. / Studies on the structural aspects of carboxymethyl cellulose of low degree of substitution. Cellul. Chem. Technol.. 26. ed. 1992.
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