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Behaviour of lignin-polysaccharide complex of beechwood upon vacuum drying process


Drevarsky Vyskum 41(2): 31-40
Behaviour of lignin-polysaccharide complex of beechwood upon vacuum drying process
Steam- and/or NaOH-pretreated beech wood was examined from the view point of structural changes in the lignin-polysaccharide complex during the vacuum drying process. IR spectroscopy was applied for the determination of crystallinity of the cellulose wood component. The lignin fractions were isolated from wood samples by acidolysis in dioxane and characterized by 13C NMR spectroscopy.


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