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The thermodynamics of the mixing of water-soluble mixed cellulose esters with water has been studied. A dependence of the affinity of a water-soluble cellulose acetate for water on the nature of a new radical introduced into the macromolecule and the competing interaction of molecules of the same and different types has been shown. Thermodynamic analysis… (More)
By acetylating weakly substituted Na and H carboxymethylcelluloses and methylcellulose we have synthesized acetone-soluble highly substituted mixed derivatives of cellulose — acetocarboxymethylcellulose and acetomethylcellulose. Water-soluble products have been obtained from these esters by subsequent deep hydrolysis. The kinetics of the hydrolysis of the… (More)
Hemostatic polymer preparations based on Lagoden and water-soluble acetylcellulose have been obtained in the form of films and fibers. They have been subjected to hemostatic evaluation in comparison with standard products on rats and rabbits. The water-soluble fibers and films containing 5% of Lagoden that were obtained possessed good local hemostatic… (More)
The thermooxidative degradation of water-soluble acetylcellulose and some of its carboxy-containing derivatives has been studied by the methods of thermal analysis. A relationship has been established between the thermostability of the aceto-mixed derivatives and the nature of the substituting group.
Hemostatic resorbent polymeric materials have been synthesized from water-soluble acetylcellulose, lagochilin, and lagohirsin. The substances obtained possess an effective hemostatic action and have a water-soluble form.