Preparation, Structure and Performances of Cross-Linked Regenerated Cellulose Fibers
Cross-linked regenerated cellulose fibers (CRCFs) were prepared by wet spinning firstly and then treated by high temperature curing. Cellulose dissolved in ionic liquid together with wrinkle proofing agent and cross-linking agent was employed as spinning solution. The properties and structure of CRCFs were investigated. Fourier transform infrared (FT-IR) spectroscopy and X-ray diffraction (XRD) analysis show that CRCFs were prepared successfully and the crystal form of the fibers remained the same before and after cross-linking. The results indicate that CRCFs prepared in this study possess more excellent wrinkle recovery ability and wash durability than those treated by finishing process.
Key wordscellulose wet spinning cross-linking wrinkle recovery mechanical properties wash durability
CLC numberTQ 341
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