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Wet Spinning of Keratinous Bi-Constituent Fibres

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posted on 2023-07-27, 03:03 authored by Mirshahin Seyedsaleh
This study investigates novel routes to dissolve New Zealand Crossbred wool in a new economical, environmental friendly solvent system. It also covers newly developed methods to wet-spin the dissolved wool fibres in combination with cellulose acetate as a backbone polymer (spinning-dope). And it finally evaluates the physical properties of wet-spun fibres with commercial cellulose acetate and wool fibres also a future work how to improve the fibres tenacity.

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English

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Masters

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M.Eng.

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Joselito Razal, Xungai Wang

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