Cellulose and Cellulose Derivatives, Volume 5; Volume 1943
Interscience publishers, Incorporated, 1943 - Cellulose - 1176 pages
Occurrence of cellulose. Chemical nature of cellulose and its derivatives. Structure and properties of cellulose fibers. Carbohydrates normally associated with cellulose in nature. Lignin and other noncarbohydrates. Preparation of cellulose from its natural sources. Bleaching and purification of cellulose. Derivatives of cellulose. Physical properties of cellulose and its derivatives. Technical applications of the physical properties of cellulose and its derivatives.
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A Significance of Terms
F Natural Occurrence of Combined Cellulose
A Historical Survey PURVES
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