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"The Springer sequence in wooden technology provides a precious compilation of the study box of lignin-polysaccharide institutions in plant cellphone partitions with emphasis on woody crops. … this can be an incredible paintings either for all those that input this topic for the 1st time and should you are already inquisitive about this interesting, complicated and nonetheless now not absolutely resolved bankruptcy of nature." (G. Wegener, wooden technology and know-how, Vol. 37, 2004)

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79% acetyl groups. 17). At about the same time, Yaku and Koshijima (197l) reported an interaction between lignin and the acetylglucomannan obtained from the red pine wood LCe. 17. 5-m column. (Koshijima et al. 79% acetyl. chitosan. The lignin content decreased to 81 % and then to 67% after a second round of chitosan treatment. The lignin adsorbed on the chitosan column was dissolved out by eluting with ethanol and recovered as waterinsoluble lignin, identical to the original lignin with regard to UV and IR spectra.

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