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- Xylanase Treatment Suppresses Light- and Heat-Induced Yellowing of Pulp
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- Effect of ionic liquid pretreatment on paper physical property and pulp refining performance
- Material properties of Islamic paper
Quentin, T. Rodemann, M.
With only one measurement you can determine many important quality related parameters within seconds and without the need for an extensive sample preparation. Since no reagents or consumables are needed the method is very cost effective. Simultaneous analysis of different parameters with one measurement.
Xylanase Treatment Suppresses Light- and Heat-Induced Yellowing of Pulp
This paper presents a method for monitoring solution reactions in real time using Fourier transform infrared FTIR spectroscopy. Compared to batch measurements or flow-through systems, where the reaction and spectroscopic measurements are spatially and temporarily separated, this method enables continuous FTIR spectroscopic measurements of reactions without delay and directly in the reaction vessel. The strengths are demonstrated, and the limitations of the method are highlighted using the reaction of a lignin model compound and a sulphite salt. The method is capable of identifying both kinetic and thermodynamic properties e. While specificity can be limited, the non-destructive nature of the method facilitates direct coupling to other techniques to help resolve potential ambiguities. The method is of general interest in wet chemistry applications and in several areas of the lignocellulosic biomass field in particular, as it can provide new insights into natural and industrial reactions and processes. Fourier transform infrared FTIR spectroscopy is a very useful tool for the characterisation of lignocellulosic biomass, since it can provide information about the chemical composition as well as the molecular structure of a sample.
Quentin, T. Rodemann, M. Doutreleau, M. Moreau, N. Near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy NIRS is frequently used for the assessment of key nutrients of forage or crops but remains underused in ecological and physiological studies, especially to quantify non-structural carbohydrates. The aim of this study was to develop calibration models to assess the content in soluble sugars fructose, glucose, sucrose and starch in foliar material of Eucalyptus globulus.
Metrics details. In contrast to scientific research focussing on European paper, there is a significant gap in our knowledge of Islamic papermaking. This research surveys the evidence of techniques and materials typically used in Islamic papermaking, to deduce what might be considered as the most significant characteristics. Morphological analysis was performed to examine the presence of watermarks and sieve patterns. In addition, acidity and degree of polymerization of cellulose in paper were determined to explore the average material state of paper in the collection. Near infrared spectroscopic data of the collection were correlated to chemical properties with the aid of multivariate data analysis methods.
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Metrics details. There is an increasing demand for renewable resources to replace fossil fuels. However, different applications such as the production of secondary biofuels or combustion for energy production require different wood properties. Therefore, high-throughput methods are needed for rapid screening of wood in large scale samples, e. Since lignin is a major energy-bearing compound, we expected that the energy content of wood would be positively correlated with the lignin content. Lignin contents of extractive-free poplar wood samples determined by the acetyl bromide method ranged from
PDF |: Several grades of dissolving pulps have been analyzed using FT-IR, solid state 13 C NMR and two dimensional 1 H C HSQC January ; Nordic Pulp and Paper Research Journal 26(4) applications in the laboratory (characterization of A Bruker DRX detected but it is interesting to note that the major.
Effect of ionic liquid pretreatment on paper physical property and pulp refining performance
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Material properties of Islamic paper
The low reactivity of lignin hinders its application as a phenol substitute in phenol—formaldehyde PF resin. Therefore, the combination of fractionation and phenolation was adopted to enhance the reactivity of lignin for preparing a phenol—formaldehyde resin adhesive. The fractionation increased the reactivity of lignin, however the as-prepared lignin-based PF LPF hardly met its application requirements as an adhesive. Therefore, the phenolation of lignin under an acidic condition was adopted to further improve its reactivity.
The effects of CMC content, cassava starch content and blend ratio were investigated. The swelling ratio of the polymer blend film decreased with increasing NR contents and CaCl 2. But the swelling ratio of the polymer enhanced with increasing amount of CMC in sample increased. The best condition of the preparing biopolymer blend was 1.
PDF | The design of a reflecting microscope for FT-IR microspectrometry is described. The microscope tification of contaminants in paper , polymer films ,. and on the Sommer, A.J.; Katon, J.E. Proceedings of TAPPI Pulping Bruker's application notes package on FTIR Emission Spectroscopy.
The chemical composition of wood is one of the key features that determine wood quality. The focus of this study was on identifying differences between juvenile and mature woods in Scots pine Pinus sylvestris L. Chemical traits, determined by traditional wet chemistry techniques, included the proportion of lignin, polysaccharides and extractives. Partial least squares regression of Fourier transform infrared FTIR spectra was used for model building. Wood is an abundant and renewable natural composite material that has been utilized for a great variety of purposes such as production of paper, construction lumber, furniture or textiles.
The use of cellulose nanofibres as high-strength reinforcement in nano-biocomposites is very enthusiastically being explored due to their biodegradability, renewability, and high specific strength properties. Cellulose, through a regular network of inter- and intramolecular hydrogen bonds, is organized into perfect stereoregular configuration called microfibrils which further aggregate to different levels to form the fibre. Intermolecular hydrogen bonding at various levels, especially at the elementary level, is the major binding force that one need to overcome to reverse engineer these fibres into their microfibrillar level. This paper briefly describes a novel enzymatic fibre pretreatment developed to facilitate the isolation of cellulose microfibrils and explores effectiveness of biotreatment on the intermolecular and intramolecular hydrogen bonding in the fiber.
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