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A classification of user-generated content into consumer decision journey stages
In the last decades, the availability of digital user-generated documents from social media has dramatically increased. This massive growth of user-generated content has also affected traditionalExpand
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Investigating the structure-effect relationships of various natural phenols used as laccase mediators in the biobleaching of kenaf and sisal pulps.
Nine phenol derivatives, p-coumaric acid (PC), vanillin (V), acetovanillone (AV), acetosyringone (AS), syringaldehyde (SA), coniferaldehyde (CLD), ferulic acid (FRC), sinapic acid (SNC), and sinapylExpand
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An improved TCF sequence for biobleaching kenaf pulp: influence of the hexenuronic acid content and the use of xylanase.
Enzymatic delignification with laccase from Trametes villosa used in combination with chemical mediators (acetosyringone, acetovanillone and 1-hydroxybenzotriazole) to improve the totallyExpand
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Effects of laccase-natural mediator systems on kenaf pulp.
This paper reports the first application of laccase-mediator systems (LMS) to kenaf pulp. Five natural phenolic compounds (acetosyringone, syringaldehyde, p-coumaric acid, vanillin andExpand
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A new biobleaching sequence for kenaf pulp: influence of the chemical nature of the mediator and thermogravimetric analysis of the pulp.
This paper evaluates five phenolic compounds as mediators for kenaf pulp biobleaching by laccase. The results have been compared with the treatment using a non-phenolic mediator, 1-hydroxybenzotrioleExpand
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Laccase from Pycnoporus cinnabarinus and phenolic compounds: can the efficiency of an enzyme mediator for delignifying kenaf pulp be predicted?
In this work, kenaf pulp was delignified by using laccase in combination with various redox mediators and the efficiency of the different laccase–mediator systems assessed in terms of the changes inExpand
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