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Reactions of cellulose in liquid sulfur dioxide
(Virginia Tech, 1942-06-29)
It appears impossible to nitrate cellulose in a medium of liquid sulfur dioxide either ~~th ruming nitric acid, a mixture of fuming nitric acid and sulfuric acidt a mixture of fuming nitric acid and phosphorus pentoxide, ...
A study of the crease-resistance of viscose rayon
(Virginia Tech, 1942-05-01)
Crease-resistance is a very greatly desirable property in textile fibers. Of the natural fibers, wool exhibits this property to the greatest degree, followed by silk, cotton, and flax, which has a very low crease-resistance. ...
The feasibility of commercial utilization of cotton fabric and cotton conversion products for synthetic lumber
(Virginia Tech, 1942-12-01)