Applied fibre science, Volume 2

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Academic Press, Jan 1, 1979 - Technology & Engineering - 511 pages
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Contents

Analytical Ultracentrifuge Techniques
1
Chromatography
20
Viscometry
49
Osmosis
71
Thermodynamics of Elastic Deformation Processes
103
Early Experiments on Rubber
109
More Accurate Thermodynamic Analysis
113
Changes of Volume on Deformation
117
References
201
Inter and Introcrystalline Reactions in Cellulose Fibres
202
STANLEY P ROWLAND
205
Intercrystalline Reactions
206
Intracrystalline Interactions
227
Perspective
232
References
233
Kinetics of Polymerization
281

Thermodynamic Measurements of Constant Volume
119
Refinement of the Network Theory
121
Experiments in Torsion
124
Modified Treatment of Volume Changes
127
Temperature Dependence of Statistical Length of Chain
128
Summary and Conclusions
129
References
131
Conduction in Keratin and Cellulose J E ALGIE I Introduction
133
Experimental Methods
140
Experimental Results
143
Theories of Conduction
154
References
166
Dielectric Properties of Keratin and Cellulose J E ALGIE I Introduction
169
Dielectric Properties of Polymers
177
Dielectric Properties of Cellulose
184
Dielectric Properties of Keratin
194
Some Aspects of the Degradation of Polymers Used in Textile
321
Molecular Weight and Molecular Weight Distribution in Fibre
429
The Thermal and Flammability Behavior of Textile Materials LUDWIG REBENFELD BERNARD MILLER and J RONALD MARTIN I Introduction
465
The Special Nature of Textile Flammability
466
Measurement of Flammability
467
Flammability of Multicomponent Systems
469
Thermal Decomposition Products
477
Ignition Behavior
482
Flame Propagation Rate
485
Flame Temperatures
492
Burning Rate
495
Conclusion
500
References
501
Subject Index
503
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