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Regenerated Cellulose Fibers Spun from Organic Solvent
The dry-wet spinning mechanism of regenerated cellulose fibers was examined by using N-methylmorpholine N-oxide (MMNO), which is known as a good organic solvent of cellulose. The special interest was paid on the effects of an air-gap length and a draft ratio of spinning process on mechanical properties and micro-structure of regenerated cellulose fibers, so as to control the mechanical properties of the fibers. In this study, cellulose MMNO solution with high concentration and high viscositydoi:10.2115/fiber.51.9_422 fatcat:r2jowwc4xbd2jbdqsmfahff3u4