Wet Strength of Paper Treated by Dianhydride

Sarani Zakaria, J. C. Roberts

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Abstract

Cellulose the most important composition in paper plays an important role during the process of chemical modification. A study of wet-strength development in paper was carried out using a dianhydride. Dianhydride at different percentages was added to the paper and heated at different temperatures. The treated and untreated paper samples were analysed using FT-IR for the carboxyl content. Physical testing on the treated paper such as a long and zero span tensile strength were carried out. Dianhydride was found to give good wet-strength up to 40% of dry strength. FT-IR showed clearly the ester carbonyl band (due to esterification) at 1722cm-1.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternational Paper and Coating Chemistry Symposium, Proceedings
Pages241-243
Number of pages3
Publication statusPublished - 2003
Event5th International Paper and Coating Chemistry Symposium 2003 - Montreal
Duration: 16 Jun 200319 Jun 2003

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Other5th International Paper and Coating Chemistry Symposium 2003
CityMontreal
Period16/6/0319/6/03

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Chemical modification
Esterification
Cellulose
Esters
Tensile strength
Testing
Chemical analysis
Temperature

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  • Chemical Engineering(all)

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Zakaria, S., & Roberts, J. C. (2003). Wet Strength of Paper Treated by Dianhydride. In International Paper and Coating Chemistry Symposium, Proceedings (pp. 241-243)

Wet Strength of Paper Treated by Dianhydride. / Zakaria, Sarani; Roberts, J. C.

International Paper and Coating Chemistry Symposium, Proceedings. 2003. p. 241-243.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Zakaria, S & Roberts, JC 2003, Wet Strength of Paper Treated by Dianhydride. in International Paper and Coating Chemistry Symposium, Proceedings. pp. 241-243, 5th International Paper and Coating Chemistry Symposium 2003, Montreal, 16/6/03.
Zakaria S, Roberts JC. Wet Strength of Paper Treated by Dianhydride. In International Paper and Coating Chemistry Symposium, Proceedings. 2003. p. 241-243
Zakaria, Sarani ; Roberts, J. C. / Wet Strength of Paper Treated by Dianhydride. International Paper and Coating Chemistry Symposium, Proceedings. 2003. pp. 241-243
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