Physical and Chemical Properties:
1. Carbonization temperature: 280-300C
2. Density: 370-380g/l
3. Surface tension: 2% aqueous solution is 42-56dyn/cm
4. Solubility: soluble in water and some solvents, such as
ethanol/water, propanol/water, etc. in appropriate proportions.
5. No ionic charge: It is non-ionic, it does not combine with
metallic salts and ionic organics to form insoluble precipitates.
6. Thermal gel property: Gel will be formed when the aqueous
solution of cellulose is heated to a certain temperature, and a
solution will be after cooling.
7. PH value stability: it has a wide range of pH values.
8. Water retention: It has excellent water retention properties,
making the moisture not easy to lose or be absorbed too quickly by
the substrate. Some special grades work well in high temperature
9. Thickening: its aqueous solution system has the thickening
property, and the consistence is related to the viscosity of the
product used and the type of compound.
10. Film formation: It can be made into a transparent, tough, soft
film with excellent resistance to grease.
11. Adhesion: It can be used as a binder for tile adhesives,
pigments, tobacco products, paper products, coating etc.
12. Suspension: It can prevent the precipitation of solid
particles, because the formation of sediment can be inhibited.
13. Protective colloid: It can prevent small granules or particles
forming a mass.
14. Emulsification: The emulsion liquid can be stabilized by
reducing the surface and interfacial tension and thickening the
15. Anti-sagging: It can improve the thixotropy of the product, so
that the finished product does not slip even at considerate
16. Wetting ability: Cellulose has the property of wetting the
substrate, no curling even if applied to a special substrate.
17. Open time: It can extend the hardening time of the product,
make the raw materials fully hydrated, and improve the tensile
strength and flexibility of the product.