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  • Description: Cellulose
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    • Absorption rate of sponges

    • Cellulose sponges
    • A cellulose sponge can absorb up to twenty times its weight in water and is compressible to 10% of its original size. The 28 ounce sponge block this operator is holding can absorb 17 1/2 quarts of water in about 90 seconds. DuPont makes cellulose...
    • Burnside Laboratory

    • Burnside Lab, Carney's Point, New Jersey; Eastern Laboratory, Gibbstown, New Jersey.
    • Burnside Laboratory at Carney's Point, New Jersey. Here the DuPont Company does research on smokeless powder and other propellants, ballistics, nitro-cellulose and other cellulose products, as well as on polymer intermediates.
    • Casting machine

    • Photographic Film
    • Casting machine at DuPont's Photo Products plant at Parlin, New Jersey showing chamber in which cellulose acetate film base is treated and dried after being formed on casting wheel. Operators are observing film through strategically placed safety...
    • Cellophane machine

    • DuPont Exhibition at the New York Museum of Science & Industry
    • Miniature machine demonstrating how Cellophane cellulose film is made, a feature of the former DuPont Exhibition as it appeared at the New York Museum of Science and Industry, Rockefeller Center New York City. The spruce wood, after being ground...
    • Cellulose sponge dish mop

    • Cellulose sponges
    • Tall glasses, coffee pots and other hard to clean utensils are washed in a jiffy with the new cellulose sponge dish mop. The highly porous sponge absorbs a good supply of rich suds and is very pliable. It is easy to keep clean and may sterilizing...
    • Cellulose xanthate

    • Viscose Process of Manufacturing Rayon
    • Cellulose xanthate after being dissolved to form liquid viscose is forced through filter presses that contain manifold layers of cotton sheeting, batting and canton flannel to remove any solid impurities. A press is being loaded with filter packs...
    • DuPont Magazine [December 1930]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Explosives; Dynamite; Paint industry; Plastics industry; Textile industry; Automobile industry; Rayon;
    • Table of Contents: Prosperity drive; Feldspar for ceramics; Fertilizer ammoniation; Taming the Saguenay River; Foul water and waterfowl; Cellulose acetate, a DuPont product; A memorial for the ages; Refinished and in service; No more needless...
    • DuPont Magazine [June 1948]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Photography industry; Nylon; Textile industry; Plastics industry;
    • Table of Contents: The photographic industry and DuPont; Filming the sun's eclipse; It's a clear story; Nylon is a work horse; Design the day; The reading scores a first; Rayon, hardy perennial; Skyhooks; Cellulose spongest improve your...
    • DuPont Magazine [March 1938]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Plastics industry; Textile industry; Paint industry; Fashion industry;
    • Table of Contents: 1937 in review; Commerce in the skyways; And now, gentlemen; How Cellophane cellulose film is made; What's new; Mining iron ore on the Gogebic Range; Music in modern dress.
    • DuPont Magazine [May 1941]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Fashion industry; Textile industry; Plastics industry; Paint industry; Furniture industry; Fishing & hunting gear;
    • Table of Contents: The story of cellulose film; Turle, return, figure eight; Wood preservation through chemistry; Color fastness essential; Styling with paint; Correct seating for comfort; Molding a career;
    • Emptying the shredder

    • Cellophane Manufacturing Process
    • Unloading a shredding machine of ground up sheets of treated cotton linters and wood pulp, or alkali cellulose as it is called at this stage in the manufacture of viscose rayon and cellophane at plants of E.I. du Pont Nemours & Company.
    • Final inspection

    • Cellulose sponges
    • Final inspection of the cellulose or man made sponge manufactured at the Buffalo plant of E.I. du Pont Nemours & Company showing another diversification of the chemical industry. This sponge has found uses in industry and in the home where the...

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