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Cellulosic Pulps, Fibres, Fibres - Materials : Cellucon 98 Proceedings :  Cellucon 98 Proceedings - J. F. Kennedy

Cellulosic Pulps, Fibres, Fibres - Materials : Cellucon 98 Proceedings

Cellucon 98 Proceedings

By: J. F. Kennedy (Editor), Glyn O. Phillips (Editor), P. A. Williams (Editor)

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Based on the proceedings of the 10th international Cellucon Conference held in Turku/Abo, Finland, this book offers a comprehensive overview of research undertaken in all aspects of cellulosic pulps, fibers and materials including the production and processing of pulp and paper fiber.

Preface
Continuous harvest of cellulosic filament during cultivation of Acetobacter Xylinump. 3
Oil palm (Elaeis guineensis) wastes as a potential source of cellulosep. 13
Isolation and characterisation of sago (Metroxylon Sagu) cellulosep. 19
A highly cellulosic exopolysaccharide produced from sugarcane molasses by a Zoogloea spp. 23
The supramolecular structure of cellulose II. Studies with [superscript 13]C-CP/MAS-NMR and chemometricsp. 33
Effects of pulping on crystallinity of cellulose studied by solid state NMRp. 39
On the specific mass of cellulose and the cellulose-water systemp. 45
Application of size-exclusion chromatography to enzymatic bleaching of wood pulpp. 55
Thermostable xylanases and their potential application in paper and pulp industriesp. 61
Cellulases in pulp and paper processingp. 69
Mode of action of thermophilic bacterial and fungal endoglucanases on carboxymethyl cellulosesp. 81
The effect of anthraquinone on wood carbohydrates during alkaline pulping in aqueous organic solventsp. 91
Two phase equilibria of metal ions in pulping unit operations: from impregnation to oxygen bleachingp. 95
Catalysis of oxygen-acetone delignificationp. 103
Charged groups in wood and mechanical pulpsp. 109
The investigation of cellulose polymorphs in different pulps using [superscript 13]C CPMAS NMRp. 121
Characterization of carboxyl and phenol groups in kraft pulps at different temperaturesp. 129
Effect of ozone bleaching on the fibre properties of pine and birch kraft pulpp. 137
Studies on the use of black liquor evaporation condensates at different bleaching stagesp. 149
Evaluation of pulp fibre beatingp. 159
Study of flax fibre structure by WAXS, IR and [superscript 13]C NMR spectroscopy, and SEMp. 169
Evaluating the surface energy of hardwood fibres using the Wilhelmy and inverse gas chromatography methodsp. 181
Heat-induced changes in fibre surfacesp. 197
Investigation of spruce pulp fibres by swelling experiments and light-microscopyp. 205
Role of softwood fibre form and condition on its reinforcement capabilityp. 209
Compositional analysis of oil palm trunk fibresp. 227
Fibre blackening in supercalendered papersp. 235
Kraft fibers in paper - effect of beatingp. 249
Effect of dry fractionation on pulping conditions and fibre properties of reed canary grassp. 261
Electrical properties of viscose-kraft fibre mixturesp. 267
Effects of retained wood resin and polysaccharides on paper propertiesp. 277
Appearance of rupture surfaces in woodp. 291
Composite materials from pulp and papermaking wastesp. 297
Cellulose composite materials as sorbents - sorption and rheological propertiesp. 305
New carbohydrate polymer derivatives from renewable bioresources targeted for industrial applicationp. 319
Thermal and viscoelastic properties of cellulose- and lignin-based polycaprolactonesp. 327
Indexp. 337
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ISBN: 9781855734210
ISBN-10: 1855734214
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 352
Published: January 2000
Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 25.45 x 17.22  x 2.29
Weight (kg): 0.76