Cellulose, Cellulose Products, and Artificial Rubber: Comprising the Preparation of Cellulose from Wood and Straw; Manufacture of Parchment; Methods of Obtaining Sugar and Alcohol, and Oxalic Acid; Production of Viscose and Viscoid, Nitro-celluloses, and Cellulose Esters, Artificial Silk, Celluloid, Rubber Substitutes, Oil-rubber, and Factis

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H. C. Baird & Company, 1904 - Cellulose - 345 pages
 

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Contents

Pulp for transporting long distances Drying apparatus Arrangement
41
Reduction of the small pieces of wood in a stamping mill Usual mode
47
Substitution of sodium sulphite for a portion of the caustic soda Boiling
53
Consumption of wood and chemicals Yield of finished cellulose from
59
Arrangement of a plant
66
Defects of cellulose and their remedies Cause of yellowish or brownish
72
Utilization of jute bagging Mode of working jute Utilization of exhausted
78
Viscoid masses with cellulose or mechanical wood pulp as filling sub
88
Applications of vegetable parchment Vulcanized cellulose vulcanized
90
Other methods for the production of alcohol from wood Failure of an
96
Value of alcohol obtained from wood lassens process for the production
102
VI
108
Mode of heating Contrivance for turning the mass while being heated
114
Raw material for the preparation of viscose solution Preparation of vis
120
Products formed by the decomposition of sodacellulose Preparation
126
Conversion of viscose into viscoid Chief uses of viscose Preparation
132
Prevention of the turbulent reaction during fusion Capitaines and Hert
135
Preparation of chemicallypure cellulose sulphocarbonate viscose Uses
139
Preparation of leatherlike bodies by means of viscose Constitution
145
Uses of such pasteboard Feltplates impregnated with viscose solution
151
Properties of a viscoid mass of the proper quality Preparation of larger
157
VIII
161
Modes of calculating the nitrogen in nitrocellulose adopted by the French
167
Proportions of acids for explosive guncotton and for soluble guncotton
177
Washing the guncotton Ignition of guncotton wben introduced into
183

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