Quantitative Analysis Method for Tencel G100 and Bamboo-Based Rayon Mixtures
This paper presents a quantitative analysis method for determining Tencel G100 (lyocell) fiber and bamboo-based rayon content, and that of their blends, using a formic acid/zinc chloride dissolution procedure. Sodium dodecyl sulfonate was used as the cleaning solution. A standard curve was generated to measure fiber content. The application of this method provided a means of quantifying two regenerated cellulosic fibers.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: July 1, 2018
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