cellulose ester

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Noun1.cellulose ester - any ester of cellulose with an acid
cellulose - a polysaccharide that is the chief constituent of all plant tissues and fibers
cellulose nitrate, guncotton, nitrocellulose, nitrocotton - a nitric acid ester; used in lacquers and explosives
ester - formed by reaction between an acid and an alcohol with elimination of water
cellulose acetate - an ester of acetic acid; used in fibers and fabrics; photographic films and varnishes
cellulose xanthate, viscose - a cellulose ester obtained by treating cellulose with caustic soda
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Based on products, market is classified as Cellulose Acetate Flakes and Cellulose Ester Plastics.
This article illustrates the improved appearance achieved by the use of cellulose ester rheology additives, alone or in combination with other rheology modifiers, in automotive OEM 1K clearcoats.
As well as the Bio-Flex co-polyester/PLA, FKuR makes Biograde cellulose ester compounds and Fibrolon wood/plastic compounds based on PLA, and PP.
Furthermore, the sampling methods have some deficiencies, mainly the absorption of moisture from the air by the cellulose ester membranes, and the adhesion of dust on the walls of the cassettes and sampling tubes.
The easy-to-use chart for microporous filter materials features a performance characteristics table highlighting pertinent performance criteria for the company's broad range of mixed cellulose ester (MCE), polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF), polyether sulfone (PES), polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) and ultrahigh molecular weight polyethylene (UPE) membranes.
4] to regenerated cellulose was substantially lower than the adsorption to cellulose ester at pH 7.
Papers in the materials science section deal with topics such as synthesis of L-ascorbic acid cellulose ester, tribological behaviors of polymer-based composites under alkaline conditions, and fine cemented carbide particles prepared with activated tungsten oxide.
The Solus[TM] line of additives from Eastman Chemical Company is a new rendition of its naturally derived cellulose ester technology.
A variety of raw materials such as cotton, recycled paper, wood cellulose, and sugarcane are used in making cellulose ester biopolymers in powder form.
HTI developed the novel membrane by employing specialty cellulose ester materials produced by Eastman Chemical Company.