7 edition of Chemical modification of lignocellulosic materials found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by David N.-S. Hon.|
|Contributions||Hon, David N. -S.|
|LC Classifications||TA419 .C496 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 370 p. :|
|Number of Pages||370|
|LC Control Number||95034365|
In: Hon DNS (ed) Chemical modification of lignocellulosic materials. Marcel Dekker Inc, New York, pp – Google Scholar Merkel K, Rydarowski H, Kazimierczak J, Bloda A () Processing and characterization of reinforced polyethylene composites made with lignocellulosic fibres isolated from waster plant biomass such as by: 1. Chemical modification of lignocellulosic materials, especially as a pre-treatment in nanocellulose production, has mainly been conducted with lignin-free bleached cellulose pulps. However, non-bleached pulp exhibits several advantages over bleached pulp, namely excluding of the use of .
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The work: discusses the cost-efficient use of cellulose derivatives in a variety of commodities; highlights the chemical modification of wood by methods such as etherification, esterification and thermoplasticization; considers recent progress in the lignocellulosic liquefaction of wood; and by: Chemical Modification of Lignocellulosic Materials 1st Edition by David N.-S.
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5/5(1). Author by: Callum A. Hill Languange: en Publisher by: John Wiley & Sons Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 13 Total Download: File Size: 52,9 Mb Description: This book is exclusively concerned with wood modification, although many of these processes are generic and can be applied to other lignocellulosic have been many rapid developments in wood.
Book Description. This volume emphasizes the growing need for wood products with advanced engineering properties. It details the fundamental principles of cellulose technology and presents current techniques to modifying the basic chemistry of lignocellulosic materials.
Get this from a library. Chemical modification of lignocellulosic materials. [David N -S Hon;] -- Examining the cost-efficient use of wood and cellulose derivatives in a wide variety of commodities, Chemical Modification of Lignocellulosic Materials highlights the chemical modification of wood by.
The most selective process of cellulose modification is the oxidation of cellulose by periodic acid and its Chemical modification of lignocellulosic materials book to form a dialdehyde cellulose, which can be further oxidized to dicarboxylcellulose, tricarboxylcellulose, or reduced into an acyclic, stereoregular polymer of [(2r,4s,5r)-2,4,5-tris(hydroxymethyl)-l, 3-diox-opentamethylene].
Chemical Modification of Lignocellulosic Materials - CRC Press Book This volume emphasizes the growing need for wood products with advanced engineering properties. It details the fundamental principles of cellulose technology and presents current techniques to modifying the basic chemistry of lignocellulosic materials.
This book is exclusively concerned with wood modification, although many of these processes are generic and can be applied to other lignocellulosic materials.
There have been many rapid developments in wood modification over the past decade and, in particular, there has been considerable progress made in the commercialisation of technologies.
This review discussed the last 10 years progress in the use of lignocellulosic materials chemically modified as low‐cost biosorbents.
Thus, the chemical modifications, such as chemical pretreatment, oxidation, as well as the grafting of carboxyl groups, amines, amides, etc., on lignocellulosic fibers, that aim to increase the number of adsorption sites and maximize toxic metal ion adsorption Cited by: Chemical Modification of Lignocellulosic Materials by David N.
Hon,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Electronic book: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Chemical modification of lignocellulosic materials. New York: Marcel Dekker, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: David N -S Hon.
Description: This book comprehensively summarizes important aspects of research in the active field of lignocellulosic (polymer) composites, including polymer materials from or containing cellulose, hemicellulose and lignin.
It describes how these materials can be produced from forest products and natural fibers from sources such as jute, flax. This book is exclusively concerned with wood modification, although many of these processes are generic and can be applied to other lignocellulosic materials.
There have been many rapid developments in wood modification over the past decade and, in particular, there has been considerable progress made in the commercialisation of technologies. Topics covered include: The use of timber in the. Chemical Modification Of Lignocellulosic Materials Ebook Pdf PDF BOOK By: Ryōtarō Shiba Media This Volume Emphasizes The Growing Need For Wood Products With Advanced Engineering Properties It Details The Fundamental.
General higher education. the 12th Five-Year Plan materials chemical reaction engineering (2nd edition). A brief review has been presented on the existing methods to enhance the durability of lignocellulosic fibers (LCFs) for manufacturing composites for engineering applications.
The free hydroxyl groups of the cellulose chains within LCFs tend to attract water molecules in moist environment, which may cause the fibers to swell and the cellulose chains to lose their integrity due to hydrolysis Cited by: Chemical Modification of Lignocellulosic Fibers.
Most research on chemical modification of lignocellulosic materials has focused on improving either the dimensional stability or the biological resistance of wood. This paper reviews the research on these.
: Characterization of Lignocellulosic Materials (): Thomas Q. Hu PhD: Books. Lignocellulosic materials are one of the most promising feedstocks, and have attracted the interest of numerous researchers due to their availability and renewable nature. In fact, cellulose, hemicellulose, lignin, suberin, and the low-molecular-weight components they contain can also be applied in a wide range of value-added products for.
Lignocellulosic Fibre and Biomass-Based Composite Materials reviews the development, characterization. and applications of composite materials developed from the effective use of lignocellulosic fibre and.
biomass. The book gathers together a wide spectrum of cutting-edge research on biomass fillers and. Hongzhang Chen, in Lignocellulose Biorefinery Engineering, Overall conversion of functionality. Lignocellulose utilization has a long history, and the emergence of papermaking and charcoal manufacturing in ancient Egypt are successful examples of raw materials utilization.
China is a typical agricultural country, which has long carried out straw-based recycling of lignocellulosic.This book is exclusively concerned with wood modification, although many of these processes are generic and can be applied to other lignocellulosic materials.
There have been many rapid developments in wood modification over the past decade and, in particular, there has been considerable progress made in the commercialisation of technologies.chapter 9 biochemical modification of lignocellulosic biomass Trichoderma reesei are a highly ef ﬁ cient enzyme producer, which still dominates the cellulase markets (Broda et al., ).