Interpretation of relaxation and swelling phenomena in lyocell regenerated cellulosic fibres and textiles associated with the uptake of solutions of ... View Full Text


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2008-06

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Roger Ibbett, Jim Taylor, K. Christian Schuster, Mike Cox

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The uptake of solutions of sodium hydroxide by lyocell fibre results in a phenomenon in textiles described as swelling–shrinkage. The response of woven fabrics in a tensile stress–relaxation experiment shows two time-dependent processes, corresponding to different mechanisms of pressure development. Rapid diffusion has been assigned to osmotic swelling through the interconnected pore structure of the fibre (D = 6–15 × 10−12 m2/s), which is influenced by the extent of ionization of hydroxyl groups at the pore surfaces. A ratio for the cellulose and water dissociation constants (Kcell/Kw) of 70 provides best agreement with experimental data. A second slower diffusion process (D = 2–10 × 10−14 m2/s) is assigned to transport through the cellulose polymer structure, associated with the Na-cellulose transition. This can be modeled assuming an ion-exchange equilibrium, where the cellulose gel converts reversibly between compact hydrogen and expanded sodium forms, with K = 1.04 × 1014, in favour of the hydrogen form. The model successfully predicts the concentration dependence of the transition and the movement to higher concentration with external constraint. The slow diffusion process only becomes apparent at high alkali concentrations, as the pores in the fibre collapse due to the expansion of the gel. Continued gel-diffusion is only possible through the polymer phase, which then dominates over fast pore-diffusion. More... »

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393-406

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