Chemical reactivity of heat-treated wood

@article{Inari2006ChemicalRO,
  title={Chemical reactivity of heat-treated wood},
  author={G. Nguila Inari and M. P{\'e}trissans and P. G{\'e}rardin},
  journal={Wood Science and Technology},
  year={2006},
  volume={41},
  pages={157-168}
}
Chemical reactivity of heat-treated wood was compared with that of untreated wood. For this purpose, heat-treated pine or beech sawdust was reacted with different carboxylic acid anhydrides in pyridine or with phenyl isocyanate in dimethyl formamide. Compared to controls, weight gains obtained with heat-treated sawdust are smaller showing a lower chemical reactivity. FTIR analyses of lignin and holocellulose fractions, isolated after acidic hydrolysis of polysaccharides or delignification with… CONTINUE READING
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