Definition of Cellulose xanthate
1. Noun. A cellulose ester obtained by treating cellulose with caustic soda.
Substance meronyms: Viscose, Viscose Rayon
Generic synonyms: Cellulose Ester, Xanthate
Lexicographical Neighbors of Cellulose Xanthate
Literary usage of Cellulose xanthate
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Textile Fibres: Their Physical, Microscopical and Chemical Properties by Joseph Merritt Matthews (1913)
"It is here pointed out that if the viscose formed by dissolving the cellulose xanthate in a suitable solvent be allowed to stand or " age " for a sufficient ..."
2. Manual of Chemistry: A Guide to Lectures and Laboratory Work for Beginners by William Simon (1916)
"... known as cellulose xanthate, which *-\TT is a salt of ... CS<Ton • With a little water, cellulose xanthate forms ..."
3. The Microscopy of Technical Products by Thomas Franz Hanausek (1907)
"About 80 per cent of the world's product is made by this process based on the discovery in 1892 by CROSS, BEVAN, and BEADLE of sodium cellulose xanthate. ..."
4. The Year-book for Colorists and Dyers: Presenting a Review of the Year's by Herman A. Metz (1911)
"... of the time during which the film is kept in it, its thickness, and temperature. In contact with the mineral acid, cellulose xanthate of sodium, ..."
5. Cellulose: An Outline of the Chemistry of the Structural Elements of Plants by Charles Frederick Cross, Edward John Bevan, Clayton Beadle (1895)
"Or the solution may be caused to flow in a fine stream into the alcohol, when the cellulose xanthate (hydrated) will be precipitated as a continuous ..."