Moisture Replacement in Pelletized Nitrocellulose.
DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY WASHINGTON D C
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A process of extracting water from water wet pelletized or fibrous nitrocellulose by repeatedly using a water miscible or soluble first liquid and an azeotrope forming second liquid as many times as necessary to remove a desired amount of water from the nitrocellulose is disclosed. The liquids are then recovered.
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