- cupro- + ammonium (Wiktionary)
“cuprammonium" solution dissolved some of the cellulose which reprecipitated during passage through the succeeding acid bath, filling the pores of the cloth enough to make it "water resistant" but not "water-proof".”
“Cuprammonium rayon, also known as Bemberg or cupra rayon, is named after a step in its processing in which cellulose is dissolved in a cuprammonium hydroxide solution.”
“Viscose rayon, cuprammonium rayon, high wet-modulus rayon, and lyocell and their care … Acetate and triacetate and their care … Nylon and its care … Polyester and its care … Acrylic and modacrylic and their care … Spandex and its care … Polypropylene and its care … Microfibers … Blends … Caring for hydrophobic synthetic fibers”
“Fabrics made from cuprammonium rayon tend to be more resilient than viscose rayon—that is, they do not wrinkle so easily.”
“Nosing around outside I lifted a small flap on the cover of a large tank half full of cuprammonium solution.”
“This can be accomplished by dissolving cellulose in cadoxen, cuprammonium, or strong acid and then reprecipitating and washing.”
“ The recent failure of a French company founded for the exploitation of the cuprammonium process may be taken as showing that it presents very considerable technical difficulties.”
“Lustra-cellulose' made from the solution of cellulose in cuprammonium.”
“~ -- The application of the solution of cellulose in cuprammonium to the production of a fine filament in continuous length, 'artificial silk,' has been very considerably studied and developed in the period 1897-1900, as evidenced by the series of patents of Fremery and Urban, Pauly, Bronnert, and others.”
“Moreover, it entirely resists the actions of the special solvents of cellulose -- e.g. zinc chloride and cuprammonium.”
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