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content material: Colloidal microcrystalline celluloses / O.A. Battista --
non-stop thiocarbonate-redox grafting on cellulosic substrates / W. James Brickman --
Cellulose derivatives : polymers with a destiny / Clayton D. Callihan --
Silyl cellulose / Robert E. Harmon and Kalyan okay. De --
usage of the unconventional response of cellulose with amic acids to provide cellulose derivatives containing carboxylic acid teams / Thomas C. Allen and John A. Cuculo --
wooden and wood-based residues in animal feeds / Andrew J. Baker, Meriill A. Millett, and Larry D. Satter --
Enzymes : particular instruments coming of age / Donald F. Durso and Anita Villarreal --
response of alkylene oxides with wooden / Roger M. Rowell --
Alkaline degradation of a nonreducing cellulose, version : 1,5-anhydro-cellobiitol / Ralph E. Brandon, Leland R. Schroeder, and Donald C. Johnson --
Nascent polyethylene-cellulose composite / R.H. Marchessault, B. Fisa, and J.F. Revol --
Formation and homes of mixed nonwovens produced via cellulose-cellulose bonding / Raymond A. younger and Bernard Miller --
Marine polymers. five, amendment of paper with in part deacetylated chitin / G.G. Allan, J.F. Friedhoff, M. Korpela, J.E. Laine, and J.C. Powell --
program of GPC to reviews of the viscose approach. half five, impact of warmth on rayon homes / John Dyer.
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Instead th onl l i m i t f o t h i v e r s a t i l chemical g r a f t i n g proces v i s i o n e x h i b i t e d by f u t u r i n v e s t i g a t o r s 1 Acknowledgements I would l i k e t o express my g r a t i t u d e t o Dr. W. Faessinger and a l l our other colleagues i n the Organic Synthesis Group f o r t h e i r c o n t r i b u t i o n s which helped make t h i s paper p o s s i b l e . I would a l s o l i k e t o thank Cotton Incorporated and Scott Paper Company f o r permission t o p u b l i s h these researches.
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I t should be pointed out again, however, that low DS leads to non-uniform s u b s t i t u t i o n . Furthermore, i f the subs t i t u t i n g group were a separating agent would a l k y l chains have freedom of r o t a t i o n around the carbon to carbon bonds and therefore sections of the chain could move out of the path to allow c l o s e r approach of the neighboring c e l l u l o s e backbones. The above analogies would not hold f o r hydroxy a l k y l subs t i t u t i o n s because here a new s i t e f o r hydrogen bonding i s added everytime a hydroxy1 group disappears.
Cellulose Technology Research by Albin F. Turbak (Eds.)