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Degradation mechanism of lignin by steam-explosion


Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 38(10): 944-949
Degradation mechanism of lignin by steam-explosion
Results of the steam explosion of lignin suggest that the lignin is mainly degraded by acid-catalysed hydrolysis during treatment.


Accession: 002590010



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