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Structure of Cellulose

Nature volume 131, page 591 (22 April 1933) | Download Citation



THE recent annual Convention of the Technical Section of the Paper Makers' Association of Great Britain was unusual in that the subject chosen was one which appeared at first sight to be more of academic than of practical interest. Fortunately, in the able hands of Prof. H. Mark, of the University of Vienna, who opened the conference, the subject lost many of its complexities, and technical men present were stimulated to attempt to apply theory to their practical problems.

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