MULTIPHASE MATERIALS WITH LIGNIN. VI. EFFECT OF CELLULOSE DERIVATIVE STRUCTURE ON BLEND MORPHOLOGY WITH LIGNIN

@inproceedings{Rials1989MULTIPHASEMW,
  title={MULTIPHASE MATERIALS WITH LIGNIN. VI. EFFECT OF CELLULOSE DERIVATIVE STRUCTURE ON BLEND MORPHOLOGY WITH LIGNIN},
  author={Timothy Gardner Rials and Wolfgang G. Glasser},
  year={1989}
}
Polymeric blends of lignin with ethyl cellulose (EC) and cellulose acetate/butyrate (CAB) ~ prepared by solution casting from dioxane. Fracture surface analysis by scanning electron microscopy revealed phase separation when the lignin content exceeded 10% for blends with EC and 5% in the CAB system. While this phase behavior is as predicted for the ECblends, a greater level of compatibility had been expected for the CAB blend system. Results from both differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) and… CONTINUE READING

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