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Photodegradation of Acidolysis Lignin from BCMP
AbstractA mild acidic dioxane extraction method was employed to isolate lignin from hardwood bleached chemimechanical pulp (BCMP). The isolated lignin was then purified and undergone elemental analysis. To study the photodegradation behavior, the lignin samples were impregnated onto the Whatman filter papers and irradiated with UV light for various periods. The photolyzed lignin was then recovered and analyzed by 1H-NMR spectroscopy. Phenylpropane-based formula (C9) of CMP pulp lignin and the photolyzed samples were then established with elemental analysis and 1H-NMR spectroscopy data. The results indicated that the benzaldehyde and benzoic acid type compounds were the main photodegradation products of BCMP lignin. The lignin photodegradation probably involved the degradation of phenylcoumaran units. Irradiation also increased the phenolic hydroxyl group content and decreased that of methoxyl groups, due to demethoxylation. The degrees of aromatic ring condensation were increased upon continuing the irradiation time, which imples the formation of condensed structures in photolyzed lignin.
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Azadfallah, M.; Mirshokraei, S.A.; Latibari, A.J. Photodegradation of Acidolysis Lignin from BCMP. Molecules 2008, 13, 3129-3139.View more citation formats
Azadfallah M, Mirshokraei SA, Latibari AJ. Photodegradation of Acidolysis Lignin from BCMP. Molecules. 2008; 13(12):3129-3139.Chicago/Turabian Style
Azadfallah, Mohammad; Mirshokraei, Seyed A.; Latibari, Ahmad J. 2008. "Photodegradation of Acidolysis Lignin from BCMP." Molecules 13, no. 12: 3129-3139.
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