Cellulose ethers Cellulose ethers comprise a class of cellulose derivatives, which contains many commercially important members.1-7 The most prominent ethers are water-soluble; they are widely used in many water-based formulations as thickeners for adjusting the rheology of solutions (i.e., control of thickening, viscosity and flow behaviour) mainly in food applications, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, drilling muds, building
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