Significance and Use
Moisture content of the cellulose ester can be used to estimate the dry weight of the cellulose ester. Since cellulose esters are desiccants, their moisture content can vary greatly depending on storage.
1.1 These test methods cover procedures for testing cellulose acetate.
1.2 The test procedures appear in the following sections:
2. Referenced Documents (purchase separately) The documents listed below are referenced within the subject standard but are not provided as part of the standard.
D1193 Specification for Reagent Water
D1343 Test Method for Viscosity of Cellulose Derivatives by Ball-Drop Method
D2929 Test Method for Sulfur Content of Cellulosic Materials by X-Ray Fluorescence
D5897 Test Method for Determination of Percent Hydroxyl on Cellulose Esters by Potentiometric Titration--Alternative Method
apparent acetyl; ash; cellulose acetate; cellulose ester; color; free acidity; haze; hydroxyl; intrinsic viscosity; sulfate content; Acetic acid content; Acetyl content; Acidity, alkalinity, pH--paints/related coatings/materials; Apparent acetyl content; Ash--paints/related coatings/materials; Baker-Philippoff equation; Cellulose acetate; Color--paints/related coatings/materials; Haze; Hydroxyl (hydroxide ion) content; Intrinsic viscosity; Moisture analysis--paints/related coatings/materials; Primary hydroxyl content; Pyridine; Stability--paints/related coatings/materials; Sulfate content--paints/related coatings; Sulfur; Thermal endurance; Viscosity--paints/related coatings/materials
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