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Special Material-Cellulose Acetobacter Xylinum (CAX) and Ecologically Pure Technology for Diaphragms of Electro-Acoustical Transducers

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A promising material based on cellulose acetobacter xylinum (CAX) ecologically pure technology for diaphragms of electroacoustical transducers is proposed. The use of CAX makes it possible to improve the physical, mechanical, and electroacoustical parameters of loudspeakers, microphones, etc.

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