cellulose fiber

cellulose fiber

[′sel·yə‚lōs ′fī·bər]
(organic chemistry)
Any fiber based on esters or ethers of cellulose.
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The results indicated that insoluble cellulose fiber only modestly reduced obesity and dysglycemia.
The research analysts have done a thorough analysis on the viscose staple fibre market by product segments by type of fiber such as synthetic fiber, cellulose fiber, organic fiber, inorganic fiber.
Santoweb predispersed cellulose fiber masterbatches have been renamed Rhenogran WP (wood pulp).
Polymerizations were conducted without the addition of cellulose fiber (reference reaction), as well as by adding acid-hydrolyzed fiber, fiber treated with TEA, and finally fiber treated with TEA and stearic alcohol.
TechNavio's analysts forecast the Global Cellulose Fiber market to grow at a CAGR of 9.
And in this regard in cellulose fiber after these processes the initial capillarity can or remain or even to increase, or to decrease as mobility the chainomatic molecules of cellulose in liquid active environments is very great and in swelling process in them redistribution is possible in an arrangement of cellulose molecules and fibriles in structure of fiber and to some extent compression the interfibrillar or even intercrystalline spaces [4].
Weyerhaeuser is a global leader in sustainable forestry, wood products, and cellulose fiber technologies; it owns or manages more than 20 million acres of forestland in North America.
The company developed TENCEL(r), a completely new and forward-looking technology which will shape the cellulose fiber industry in the coming decades.
The expansion will make SPV the world's largest producer of synthetic cellulose fiber.
is collaborating with the Lenzing Group, one of the world's largest producers of cellulose fiber, in developing a bio-resin compound using the eucalyptus-based TENCEL fiber, targeted at automotive applications.
The process consists of taking fresh sheep poop, putting it in a pressure cooker and using the leftover cellulose fiber to make greeting cards, post cards and stationery.
The cellulose fiber that remains (sheep only digest half of the cellulose fibers eaten) is then reduced to a pulp suitable for making paper.