Extraction and characterization of holocellulose fibers by microwave‐assisted selective liquefaction of bamboo

@article{Xie2016ExtractionAC,
  title={Extraction and characterization of holocellulose fibers by microwave‐assisted selective liquefaction of bamboo},
  author={Jiulong Xie and C. Hse and T. Shupe and H. Pan and Tingxing Hu},
  journal={Journal of Applied Polymer Science},
  year={2016},
  volume={133}
}
  • Jiulong Xie, C. Hse, +2 authors Tingxing Hu
  • Published 2016
  • Materials Science
  • Journal of Applied Polymer Science
  • Microwave-assisted selective liquefaction was proposed and used as a novel method for the isolation of holocellulose fibers. The results showed that the bamboo lignin component and extractives were almost completely removed by using a liquefaction process at 120 8C for 9 min, and the residual lignin and extractives in the solid residue were as low as 0.65% and 0.49%, respectively. Increasing the reaction temperature or time could decrease the solid yield, but they can also enhance the removal… CONTINUE READING

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