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Direct electrostatic coating of paper Robert H. Marchessault, Patrice Rioux and Ilie Saracovan, Keywords: Coated papers, Polyolefins, Poly-P-hydroxyal- kanoates, Electrostatic coating, Corona discharge, Xerogra- phy, Toners, Adhesive strength, Barrier properties, Moisture transmission. SUMMARY: Direct Electrostatic Coating (DEC) of paper uses "as polymerized" reactor polyolefin and an electrostatic spraying applicator. A glossyltransparent polymer coat was obtained after hot-pressing the electrostatically deposited pow- der layer on the paper surface

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unbleached cotton better than bleached? Exploring the limits of life-cycle assessment in the textile sector. Clothing and Textiles Research Journal, 2015. 33(4): p. 231-247. [28] Behera, B., Comfort and handle behaviour of linen blended fabrics. AUTEX Research Journal, 2007. 7(1): p. 33-47. [29] Das, B., et al., Moisture transmission through textiles. Part I: processes involved in moisture transmission and the factors at play, AUTEX Research Journal, 2007. 2(7). [30] Standard, A., D737-04. Test Method for Air Permeability of Textile Fabrics, 2008.

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on heat transfer in firefighter turnout clothing by a sweating manikin. Textile Research Journal, 77(2), 59-66. [18] Zhiying, C, Yanmin, W, Weiyuan, Z. (2010). Thermal protective performance and moisture transmission of firefighter protective Clothing based on orthogonal design. Journal of Industrial Textiles, 39(4), 347-356. [19] Keiser, C., Becker, C. Rossi, R. M. (2008). Moisture transport and absorption in multilayer protective clothing fabrics. Textile Research Journal, 78(7), 604-613. [20] Fu, M., Weng, W., Han, X. (2013). Effects of moisture transfer and

regenerated cellulose films immersed in water (Yang et al. 2012). Most biopolymers and especially cellulosic materials are very poor moisture barrier materials. Water molecules diffuse easily into the structure and break the hydrogen bonds that hold the chains together. At high humidity conditions, the films tend to swell as a result of moisture absorption. Cellophane and CNF films had relatively high water permeability, which correlates well with the moisture absorption measurements. Walnut oil impregnation and further crosslinking decreased the moisture