Compositional Variability of Lignin in Biomass

@inproceedings{Loureno2018CompositionalVO,
  title={Compositional Variability of Lignin in Biomass},
  author={A. V. F. Lourenço and Helena Pereira},
  year={2018}
}
The objective of this chapter is to provide a concise overview of lignin composition and structure in different species and materials (wood, barks and nonwood plants). It includes a brief review on the lignin precursors and their polymerization as well as of the analytical tools used for lignin characterization from wet chemical to spectroscopic methods. Wood of gymnosperms is characterized by high lignin content (25–35%) and a HG-type of lignin with more guaiacyl (G) units and a small portion… CONTINUE READING

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