The difference between HPMC and MC

MC is methyl cellulose, which is made into cellulose ether after a series of reactions with refined cotton after alkali treatment, using chlorinated methane as etherification agent. The general degree of substitution is 1.6~2.0, and the solubility varies with the degree of substitution. Belongs to non-ionic cellulose ether. (1) The water retention of methyl cellulose… Continue reading The difference between HPMC and MC

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