cellulose diacetate

cellulose diacetate

[′sel·yə‚lōs dī′as·ə‚tāt]
(organic chemistry)
The ester formed by esterification of two hydroxyl groups of a cellulose molecule with acetic acid.
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Li and Huang [44] reported 90% thermal decomposition of cellulose diacetate at a temperature range from 340 to 350[degrees]C.
Fluorescence of Pyrene and Benzo(a)Pyrene in Water-Ethanolic Solutions and on Cellulose Diacetate Matrices.
It is also possible that the hydrogen bond acceptor ability of DMSO due to the S = O group determines the efficiency of concentrating of the probe on the surface of the matrix, since the monomeric units of cellulose diacetate contain hydroxyl groups (hydrogen bond donors).
The possibility of determining PAH in aqueous media using the method of solid-surface fluorescence on the cellulose diacetate films was proved on the example of pyrene and benzo(a)pyrene.
Cellulose diacetate (commonly referred to as cellulose acetate) flake and compounded pellets were obtained from Celanese Corporation.
UK-based cellulose diacetate film manufacturer, Clarifoil, offers packaging solutions for the food industry and claims its biodegradable film enhances food packaging.
Clarifoil states cellulose diacetate film has these characteristics, giving it a clear edge over PLA and PET films.
The biodegradable cellulose diacetate film has a relatively high tensile strength compared to its tear strength, and offers a combination of destructability and convertibility.
Maintaining that these processes are responsible for the existence of life on this planet, these scientists examine the stabilization and modifications heterochain polymers such as polycaproamide, cellulose diacetate and polyethylene terphithalate.
Comparison of biocompatibility of hemophane, cellulose diacetate and acrilonitile membranes in hemodialysis.
Average fibers Sample Compound diameter ([micro]m) CPVC5.5 Chlorinated polyvinyl chloride 5.5 CPVC5.9 Chlorinated polyvinyl chloride 5.9 PSU Polysulfone 4.3 CDA Cellulose diacetate 6.2 Packing Thickness Sample density (%) (mm) CPVC5.5 7 0.5 CPVC5.9 11 0.5 PSU 3 1.5 CDA 4 0.8
The three chapters address the stabilization and modification of cellulose diacetate, polycaproamide, and polyethylenerephthalate.