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|Title:||AUTOHYDROLYSIS OF TROPICAL HARDWOODS.||Authors:||Yap, Miranda G.S.||Issue Date:||Sep-1987||Citation:||Yap, Miranda G.S. (1987-09). AUTOHYDROLYSIS OF TROPICAL HARDWOODS.. Journal of Wood Chemistry and Technology 7 (3) : 343-351. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||Eight tropical hardwoods (Malaysian) were subjected to autohydrolysis at 195 degree C for 10-100 min, followed by extraction with 90% dioxane. A linear relationship was obtained between the % of water soluble extract, after autohydrolysis, and the % of hemicellulose present in the respective woods. Comparison of the different woods for their response to autohydrolysis was made, based on the % of maximum extractable lignin obtained. It was found that the effectiveness of autohydrolysis was not related to the density of the wood, or to the taxonomic type, but to a certain extent to the content of lignin present in the wood.||Source Title:||Journal of Wood Chemistry and Technology||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/67371||ISSN:||02773813|
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