The physical chemistry of lignin

@article{Goring1962ThePC,
  title={The physical chemistry of lignin},
  author={David A. I. Goring},
  journal={Pure and Applied Chemistry},
  year={1962},
  volume={5},
  pages={233 - 310}
}
INTRODUCTION Perhaps we may begin with a rather nai:ve view of the physical nature of Iignin. Wood is an intimate mixture of polymeric components which interpenetrate each other to form a three-dimensional structure. It has been shown with a fair degree of certainty that the Iignin moiety in wood is comprised of chains of phenylpropane units1 . The chains are probably crosslinked to each other in a number of different ways to give an extensive network 2• When the Iignin is made soluble… CONTINUE READING

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