Cellulose esters of organic acids Due to three reactive hydroxyl groups in each anhydroglucose unit of cellulose, it can theoretically form a great number of organic esters. However, the industrial possibilities and markets are limited and the most common organic esters are typically those based on a few low-molar-mass organic acids. Recently, because of some
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