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APPLICATIONS OF FT RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY FOR THE CHARACTERIZATION OF CELLULOSE

@inproceedings{Schenzel2004APPLICATIONSOF,
  title={APPLICATIONS OF FT RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY FOR THE CHARACTERIZATION OF CELLULOSE},
  author={Karla Schenzel and Steffen Fischer},
  year={2004}
}
FT Raman spectroscopy was used for the investigation of cellulose and cellulose derivates. Lattice structures of cellulose, polymorphic modifications I and II, as well as amorphous structure were clearly identified by means of FT Raman vibrational spectra. Chemometric models were developed utilizing univariate calibration as well as methods of multivariate data analyses of the FT Raman spectral data. Cellulose properties like the degree of crystallinity XcRaman and the degree of substitution… 

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