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Lignin recovery, Biochar Production and Decolourisation of Coir pith Black Liquor

@inproceedings{Singh2012LigninRB,
  title={Lignin recovery, Biochar Production and Decolourisation of Coir pith Black Liquor},
  author={I. S. Bright Singh and Girindran Rojith},
  year={2012}
}
Coir pith black liquor obtained as a dark brown filtrate from oxidative delignification needs to be decolourised before releasing to open environment. From this liquor industrially valuable lignin was recovered using acid precipitation method. ‘Biochar’ was produced by slow pyrolysis of coir pith at 500 o C and 600 o C. Water holding capacity and pH of the biochar were estimated. CHNS analysis was carried out to identify the nutrient profile. Structural characterization was done using FTIR and… Expand
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