CHEMICAL COMPOSITION , CRYSTALLINITY , AND THERMAL DEGRADATION OF BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED KENAF BAST ( Hibiscus cannabinus ) PULP AND NANOFIBERS

@inproceedings{Jonoobi2009CHEMICALC,
  title={CHEMICAL COMPOSITION , CRYSTALLINITY , AND THERMAL DEGRADATION OF BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED KENAF BAST ( Hibiscus cannabinus ) PULP AND NANOFIBERS},
  author={Mehdi Jonoobi and Jalaludin Harun and Alireza Shakeri and Manjusri Misra and Kristiina Oksmand},
  year={2009}
}
  • Mehdi Jonoobi, Jalaludin Harun, +2 authors Kristiina Oksmand
  • Published 2009
Kenaf (Hibiscus cannabinus) nanofibers were isolated from unbleached and bleached pulp by a combination of chemical and mechanical treatments. The chemical methods were based on NaOH-AQ (anthraquinone) and three-stage bleaching (DEpD) processes, whereas the mechanical techniques involved refining, cryo-crushing, and highpressure homogenization. The size and morphology of the obtained fibers were characterized by environmental scanning electron microscopy (ESEM) and transmission electron… CONTINUE READING

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