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Download Structures of Cellulose: Characterization of the Solid States (Acs Symposium Series) ePub
  • ISBN 0841210322
  • ISBN13 978-0841210325
  • Language English
  • Author Rajai H. Atalla
  • Publisher Amer Chemical Society (July 1, 1987)
  • Pages 315
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  • Category Math
  • Subcategory Chemistry
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The Structures of Cellulose: Characterization of the Solid States.

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The Structures of Cellulose. Characterization of the solid states. Hg. von RAJAI H. ATALLA. May 1989 · Acta Polymerica. January 1989 · Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology.

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Atalla, R. H. and Vanderhart, D. L. (1989) Studies on the structure of cellulose using Raman spectroscopy and solid state 13C NMR. In Cellulose and Wood: Chemistry and Technology, Proceedings of the tenth Cellulose Conference (C. Schuerch, e. New York: John Wiley and Sons, 169–187. Belton, P. Tanner, S. Cartier, N. and Chanzy, H. (1989) High-Resolution solid-state 13C NMR spectroscopy of Tunicin, an animal cellulose. Macromolecules 22, 1615–1617.

Part of the Springer Series in Wood Science book series (SSWOO) In: Atalla RH (ed) The structures of cellulose–characterization of the solid states.

Part of the Springer Series in Wood Science book series (SSWOO). Pure cellulose exists in several crystalline polymorphs (Hayashi et al. 1975; Sarko 1986) with different packing arrangements. However, the determination of the cellulose structures is difficult to achieve, with only a few X-ray reflections often observed at low diffraction angles. Nevertheless, these few observed data normally suffice for the determination of the unit cell. In: Atalla RH (ed) The structures of cellulose–characterization of the solid states. ACS symposium series no 340. American Chemical Society, Washington, pp 1–14CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

ISBN13: 9780841210325. Release Date: January 1987.

in The Structures of Cellulose, Atalla, . E. ACS Symposium Series No. 340, (American Chemical Society, Washington, DC, 1987). in Cellulose and Cellulose Derivatives, Part I, Ott, . Spurlin, . Ed. (Interscience, New York, 1954, p. 231). 20. Sarko, A. and Muggli, . Macromol. in The Structures of Cellulose, Atalla, . Carbohydrate Res. 61, 67 (1978).

THE STRUCTURES OF CELLULOSE RAJAI H. ATALLA USDA Forest . ATALLA USDA Forest Service,1 Forest Products Laboratory, One Gifford Pinchot Drive, Madison, WI 53705-2398. ABSTRACT This report presents an overview of studies on the structures of cellulose. CELLULOSE STRUCTURE AND STATES OF AGGREGATION Cellulose is known to aggregate in many different forms that possess distinctive properties. Solid-State 13C NMR Spectroscopy High-resolution solid-state 13C NMR based on the CP–MAS technique has been applied to the study of the structures of cellulose primarily during the past decade.

Based on their results, the authors stated that lignin is mainly responsible for the yellowing and darkening of. .The band in the visible region is broad and structureless and is indicative of the formation of a series of colored species

Based on their results, the authors stated that lignin is mainly responsible for the yellowing and darkening of the color caused by light. Later Leary and Claesson et al. studied the yellowing and bleaching of newsprint and mechanical pulps using light at different wavelengths. The band in the visible region is broad and structureless and is indicative of the formation of a series of colored species. The decrease in the absorption band at 290 nm when the compound A is irradiated is similar to the behaviour of MWL in HPC films under similar conditions [101.

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