Reduction of Static Electrification by means of Inhibiting Compounds

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IN connexion with the problem of static electrification in the processing of nylon fibre, we have undertaken a study of the factors involved in the reduction of static charges by means of ‘antistatic agents’.

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GRAHAM, G. Reduction of Static Electrification by means of Inhibiting Compounds. Nature 168, 871–872 (1951). https://doi.org/10.1038/168871a0

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