Evaluation of Cellulose Ethers for Conservation
This series includes monographs, research results, and state-of-the-art reviews of conservation literature by Institute staff and others.Reviews physical and chemical properties of cellulose ethers and long-term thermal and photochemical stability.
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Properties of Cellulose Ethers
Standards of Stability
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AATA acid adhesive aging at 90 anhydroglucose units Aqualon behavior Brookfield Brookfield viscosity carboxymethylcellulose carboxymethylcellulose CMC Cellofas cellulose ether powders cellulose ethers classes of cellulose cloud point concentration Data daylight fluorescent lamps decrease degradation degree of polymerization degree of substitution Determination discoloration EHEC EHEC-Low enzymatic attack ethanol etherifying Ethulose 400 ethyl ethylene oxide ethylhydroxyethylcellulose exposure Feller Figure films filter paper fluorescent lamps footcandle glass groups heating Hercules hours at 90 hydrolysis hydroxyethyl hydroxyethylcellulose HEC hydroxyl hydroxypropyl Hydroxypropylcellulose HPC hydroxypropylmethylcellulose increase insoluble intrinsic viscosity Klucel G Klug Koz'mina long-term stability manufacturers materials measured meq/g Methocel A4C Methylcellulose MC moisture molecules Nonetheless number average organic-soluble organic-solvent-soluble OS-EHEC peroxide peroxide formation photochemical stability poly(vinylalcohol Polymer Science properties Research samples soluble solvent Substituents Table temperature tests thermal aging thermal stability Thixotropy tion types unsubstituted viscometer viscosity grade viscosity of solutions Wavenumbers weight loss