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Published by Woodhead Pub. in Cambridge, England .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cellulose fibers -- Congresses.,
  • Plant fibers -- Congresses,
  • Wood-pulp -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementeditors, John F. Kennedy, Glyn O. Phillips, Peter A. Williams ; guest editor, Bruno Lönnberg.
    GenreCongresses., Congresses
    ContributionsKennedy, John F., 1942-, Phillips, Glyn O., Williams, Peter A., Cellucon "98 Finland (1998 : Turku, Finland)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTS1544.C4 C45 2000
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 339 p. :
    Number of Pages339
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22350743M
    ISBN 101855734214

    The invention concerns cellulose fibres for the manufacture of fibre-reinforced cement products, and more particularly cellulose fibres comprising a first and a second fraction of cellulose fibres obtained by fractionation of the same parent cellulose pulp followed by separate refining treatment of the first and second fraction to a different refining level. Dissolving pulps are bleached chemical pulps composed mainly of pure cellulose (90 percent alpha-cellulose and over), that are used to manufacture various cellulose-derived products. B.C.’s western hemlock species is particularly well suited to making dissolving pulp. Different dissolving pulp grades vary in purity depending on end-use.

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    The action of the latter preparation on various cellulosic pulps and lignocellulosic materials was characterized in our former studies [11, 12]. HPLC analyses of hydrolysates produced using this preparation showed that it contains endo-1,4-glucanase, cellobiohydrolase, beta-glucosidase, endo- and exo-type xylanases and other hemicellulases as. Cellulose composites. Composite materials consist of a polymer matrix and reinforcing fillers (often a fiber material), creating materials with both high strength and light weight. These properties make it possible to use composites for a broad range of applications, such as in construction- .


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

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Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Get this from a library. Cellulosic pulps, fibres and materials. [John F Kennedy; Glyn O Phillips; Peter A Williams; Bruno Lönnberg;] -- 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.

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Pulp is a lignocellulosic fibrous material prepared by chemically or mechanically separating cellulose fibers from wood, fiber crops, waste paper, or with water and other chemical or plant-based additives, pulp is the major raw material used in papermaking and the.

The cotton fibres were oriented by certain treatments of the viscose-fibre-salt conglomerate. Wood, fibre and cellulosic materials Sponge characterization Water absorption Viscose sponges of certain fixed dimensions were immersed repeatedly into distilled water of room temperature for short periods of time with intermediate weighing to.

density of the material; 6) drying to remove the remaining moisture; and 7) finishing, to provide a suitable surface for the intended end use. Pulp and paper are made from cellulosic fibers (i.e., fibers from trees) and other plant materials, although some synthetic materials may be used to impart special qualities to the finished product.

Most. Full Article. Cellulose (Dissolving Pulp) Manufacturing Processes and Properties: A Mini-Review. Chunxia Chen, a,b Chao Duan, a,c Jianguo Li, a,c Yishan Liu, a,d Xiaojuan Ma, a,e Linqiang Zheng, a Jaroslav Stavik, f and Yonghao Ni a,c, * The increasing consumption of regenerated cellulose, in particular the viscose fiber, has led to a significant development of dissolving pulps in the last decade.

Nanocellulose is a term referring to nano-structured cellulose. This may be either cellulose nanocrystal (CNC or NCC), cellulose nanofibers (CNF) also called nanofibrillated cellulose (NFC), or bacterial nanocellulose, which refers to nano-structured cellulose produced by bacteria. CNF is a material composed of nanosized cellulose fibrils with a high aspect ratio (length to width ratio).

studies were used refined and unrefined pulps. In order to digestion of the raw material used sulfate method, which is the dominant process of digestion in worldwide scale 80%. Keywords: hemp paper, hemp cellulose pulp, wood, paper properties INTRODUCTION The use of hemp fibre and paper dates back more than two thousand years.

Until the. detailed accounts of the mechanism of dyeing that applies to cotton (and other cellulosic fibres), polyester, polyamide, wool, polyacrylonitrile and silk fibres; non-aqueous dyeing, as represented by the use of air, organic solvents and supercritical CO.

both viscose dope and viscose fiber. The results of the present study could be useful to predict the origin and properties of new pulps, to replace or supplement otherwise expensive pulp analyses, and to assess the impact of pulp properties on the production of cellulose derivatives without extensive pilot-scale trials.

In book: Cellulosic Pulps, Fibres and Materials, Chapter: Charged groups in wood and mechanical pulps, Publisher: Woodhead Publishing Limited, Editors: John F Kennedy, Glyn O Phillips, Peter A.

Since chemical processing is gentle on the cellulose fiber, chemical pulps tend to have longer fibers and make strong paper such as printing and writing papers and paperboard. In mechanical pulping, chemicals are not used to remove the lignin in the wood chips. Paper pulp, raw material for paper manufacture that contains vegetable, mineral, or man-made fibers.

It forms a matted or felted sheet on a screen when moisture is removed. Except for certain special papers (such as asbestos paper), nearly all papers are made of cellulosic (vegetable) fibers. Thus, the removal of hemicelluloses from wood chips or bleached pulps can be expected to have a significant influence on the charge properties of the cellulosic fibers.

For the retention of cationic papermaking additives, the amount of charged groups located on the fiber surface or near the surface (so called subsurface) is most important. Cellulosic materials, such as microcrystalline (MCC), nanofibrillated celluloses (NFC), and cellulose whiskers, seem to have the potential for even more intriguing applications.

However, some processing techniques, such as fiber modification, are required to achieve new properties for innovative materials and their applications. Papermaking, formation of a matted or felted sheet, usually of cellulose fibers, from water suspension on a wire screen.

Paper is the basic material used for written communication and the dissemination of information. In addition, paper and paperboard provide materials for hundreds of .Compared to other cellulosic pulps successfully used in the production of cellulose nanofibers, OTPB showed a higher hemicellulose content than Eucalyptus kraft pulp (%), kraft pine pulp (14%) and other agricultural residues such as corn (20%), wheat (%), barley (%), oat (%), banana leaves (%), tomato (11%) and lime.The methods used to determine the cellulose, lignin, and hemicellulose composition of the biomass and pulps are described in Sect.

of the Supplementary Material (Anugwom et al. ; Sundberg.