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Thermo characteristics of steam-exploded bamboo (Phyllostachys pubescens) lignin
Bamboo (Phyllostachys pubescens) internode was subjected to steam explosion treatment to produce an excellent fiber for binderless boards. Lignin was isolated from extract-free bamboo meal withExpand
Structural changes in lignin of tropical woods during digestion by termite, Cryptotermes brevis
Wood samples of apitong (Dipterocarpus grandiflorua) and ilang-ilang (Ilang-Ilang C. dadloyi) and feces of termites [Cryptotermes brevis (Walker)] fed on these woods were collected from University ofExpand
Changes in chemical characteristics of bamboo (Phyllostachys pubescens) components during steam explosion
Chemical changes in cell wall components of bamboo internode during steam explosion process were analyzed to investigate self-binding mechanism of binderless board from steam-exploded pulp. More thanExpand
Covalent linkages between cellulose and lignin in cell walls of coniferous and nonconiferous woods.
Covalent linkages between wall polysaccharides and lignin, especially linkage between cellulose and lignin were discussed by carboxymethylation technique of whole cell walls of coniferous andExpand
Structural characteristics of lignin in primitive pteridophytes: Selaginella species
Lignin of Selaginella species, which are primitive pteridophytes, was typical guaiacyl-syringyl type as well as being similar to angiosperm lignin. Expand
Proof of the presence of guaiacyl–syringyl lignin in Selaginella tamariscina
Lignin characteristics of Abies beshanzuensis, a critically endangered tree species
The results of this study suggest that A. firma would be a suitable mother tree species for grafting A. beshanzuensis on the basis of their lignin characteristics. Expand
Lignin characteristics of peculiar vascular plants
It was found that guaiacyl-syringyl lignin is not necessarily linked to the presence of vessels, as reported in previous articles, and differences in guayacyl lign in and guaiACYl- Syringyl Lignin do not exactly reflect taxonomical differences. Expand
Lignosulfonate/APP IFR and its flame retardancy in lignosulfonate-based rigid polyurethane foams
Lignin containing substantial aromatic rings and high content of carbon has been employed as carbonizing agent to investigate the flame retardancy in the lignin/ammonium polyphosphate (APP)Expand
Kinetics of partially depolymerized lignin as co-curing agent for epoxy resin.
The high performance EP thermoset could be obtained by partially depolymerized lignin as co-curing agents and molecular weight of lignosulfonate could be an important factor of the curing reaction of EP therMoset. Expand