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Re: Methylcellulose



Lisa:

I got a laugh out of Don's response, so I thought you might like it too.
N.
>02.23.98
>
>tom,
>
>The unifying denominator of the two things about which your post is
>concerned is that the methylcellulose found in papermaking catalogs and
>cellulose wall paper paste are equally likely not to be methylcellulose,
>since the term is widely abused by all who use it in ignorance of the
>actual material so described, which can be any of several ethers of
>cellulose, as, but not limited to propyl cellulose, sodium hydroxy propyl
>cellulose, ethyl cellulose, and even several combinations of these, as
>propyl-ethyl cellulose.
>
>The bottom line is this:  if it works who cares, certainly not the folks
>who shamefully sell the stuff unaware what it is that they are selling.
>
>If it does matter, I would suggest that you deal with a reputable chemical
>supplier, but not Dow because they hurt ladies by filling their boobs up
>with, guess what?  Who knows????
>
>And that, in the ageold words sof Ms Tomlin, is the truth.
>
>----------
>> From: tom bennick <tbennic@MICRON.NET>
>> To: BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU
>> Subject: Methylcellulose
>> Date: Tuesday, February 24, 1998 5:16 PM
>>
>> I would like to know the difference between methylcellulose found for
>sale
>> in  papermaking catalogs and cellulose wall paper paste that can be
>bought
>> at the local hardware store.  It seems to be the same thing but I'm not
>> real sure.  I'm confident someone out there knows and will share this
>> information.
>>
>>
>> Thanks
>>
>> Tom

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