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Oxidative delignification chemistry

Oxidative delignification chemistry

fundamentals and catalysis


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Published by American Chemical Society in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

  • Wood-pulp -- Bleaching,
  • Lignin -- Oxidation

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index

    StatementDimitris S. Argyropoulos, editor
    SeriesACS symposium series -- 785
    ContributionsArgyropoulos, Dimitris S., 1956-
    LC ClassificationsTS1176.6.B6 O95 2001
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 533 p. :
    Number of Pages533
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17002081M
    ISBN 100841237387
    LC Control Number00050231

    @article{osti_, title = {Natural mediators in the oxidation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons by laccase mediator systems}, author = {Johannes, C and Majcherczyk, A}, abstractNote = {The oxidation of polycyclic aromatic compounds was studied in systems consisting of laccase from Trametes versicolor and so-called mediator compounds. Oxygen delignification offers significant operating cost advantages and is a recognized way to enhance yield in bleached pulp production. An important environmental impact of oxygen delignification is the reduction or elimination of adsordable organic halides (AOX). Other benefits include lower biochemical/chemical oxygen demand.   Read "Lipase‐Mediated Oxidative Delignification in Non‐Aqueous Media: Formation of De‐Aromatized Lignin‐Oil and Cellulase‐Accessible Polysaccharides, ChemSusChem - Chemistry and Sustainability, Energy & Materials" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available . Oxidation of Phenolic Substrates. Catalysis and Biomimetic Systems for Oxidations. Lignin Oxidative Enzymes. Heteronuclear and multidimensional NMR. Phosphorus 31 and Fluorine 19 NMR Yellowing of Paper. Oxygen delignification. Lignin analysis and isolation methods. Polysulphite Chemistry ; Key Equipment Resources. NMR Instrumentation.

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Oxidative Delignification Chemistry Fundamentals and Catalysis Edited by Dimitris S. Argyropoulos. American Chemical Society. ACS Symposium Series. This book examines the fundamentals and applications of novel oxidants including oxygen and peroxide.

It presents a variety of approaches including enzymes, organometallic systems, and polyoxometallates. Oxidative Delignification Chemistry: Fundamentals and Catalysis Edited by Dimitris S. Argyropoulos (McGill University). American Chemical Society (Distributed by Oxford University Press): Washington, DC.

x + pp. $ ISBN ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: Fundamentals of Oxygen-Peroxide Delignification Processes --Catalysis and Activation of Oxygen and Peroxide Delignification of Chemical Pulps: A Review / Miro Suchy, Dimitris S.

Argyropoulos --A Review of Lignin Model Compound Reactions under. Get this from a library. Oxidative delignification chemistry: fundamentals and catalysis. [Dimitris S Argyropoulos;] -- Annotation This book examines the fundamentals and applications of novel oxidants including oxygen and peroxide.

It presents a variety of approaches including enzymes, organometallic systems, and. The formation of superoxide and hydroxyl radicals and their reactions during oxygen delignification are reviewed. It is concluded that: • Oxygen delignification is a free radical process governed by the interplay between superoxide and the hydroxyl.

Previous Pulp Bleaching Books Current Pulp Bleaching Book Organization of the Current Book References Cited 2. Oxygen Delignification Introduction Comparison of Oxygen to Other Bleaching Agents Advantages and Disadvantages of Oxygen Delignification Chemistry of Oxygen Delignification Lignin.

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Free Download Chemistry Books. A Guidebook to Mechanism in Organic Chemistry (Sixth Edition) By Peter Sykes. A Complete Book on Periodic Table of the Elements. As laccase may be an efficient catalyst of re-oxidation of different kinds of POMs, biocatalytic re-oxidation of reduced POMs with laccase has been proposed as a method that will enhance re-oxidation efficiency in aerobic delignification.

Re-oxidation can be performed in the same stage as pulp POM delignification Oxidative delignification chemistry book the temperature of ~60 °C, which is in between the temperatures required for Oxidative delignification chemistry book delignification Cited by: The chemistry of oxygen delignification has been resolved to a relatively high degree with model compound studies (for reviews, see Gierer and Gavrilescu ).

The production of these groups requires very basic conditions (pH >12). Reactions involved in Oxidative delignification chemistry book oxidative pretreatments are primarily single-electron (radical) reactions.

Delignification reactions involve the formation of several different acids Cited by: High selective delignification using oxidative ionic liquid pretreatment at mild conditions for efficient enzymatic hydrolysis of lignocellulose.

AlénBasic chemistry of wood delignification. Stenius (Ed.), Forest Products Chemistry, Book 3, Fapet Oy, Helsinki, Finland (), pp. Cited by: Polyoxometalates in Oxidative Delignification of Chemical Pulps: Effect on Lignin Biljana Bujanovic 1, *, Sally Ralph 2, Richard Reiner 2, Kolby Hirth 2 and Rajai Atalla 3.

The effect of various reaction parameters such as alkali, pulp consistency, temperature, time and bleaching agent dosage. were optimized for each stage of bleaching. Key Words: Oxidative delignification, Oxone, Hexenuronic acid, Kappa number, Accelerated ageing, Wheat straw pulp.

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Molecular Basis of Oxidative Stress is logically organized, beginning with a comprehensive discussion of the fundamental chemistry of reactive species. Next, the book: Presents new mechanistic insights into how oxidative damage of biomolecules occurs; Examines how these oxidative events effect cellular metabolism.

Two main processes using POMs for the delignification of pulp have been investigated: an anaerobic process in which the POMs have been used, in aqueous solutions, as stoichiometric reagents for the oxidative degradation of residual lignin, with their re-oxidation by oxygen occurring in a subsequently separate stage; and an aerobic process in which Cited by: The delignification kinetic model for the oxidative lime pretreatment was relatively more accurate than for the non-oxidative pretreatment.

Activation energy for delignification. Bagasse delignification with Na 2 O from to °C occurred with the bulk and residual phases (Sabatier et al., ).Cited by: Real-Time Studies of Iron Oxalate-Mediated Oxidation of Glycolaldehyde as a Model for Photochemical Aging of Aqueous Tropospheric Aerosols.

Journal of Natural Products. The Combined Use of Proteomics and Transcriptomics Reveals a Complex Secondary Metabolite Network in Peperomia obtusifolia. Organic Process Research & Development. Oxidative addition (OA) is a process that adds two anionic ligands e.

g.A and B, that originally are a part of a A-B molecule, like in H 2 or Me−I, on to a metal center and is of significant importance from the perspective of both synthesis and catalysis.

The exact reverse of the same process, in which the two ligands, A and B, are eliminated from the metal center. CURRICULUM VITAE Hou-min Chang ADDRESS HOME Redbud Lane, Raleigh, North Carolina, TEL: () FAX: () OFFICE: Department of File Size: KB.

Basic Lignin Chemistry David Wang’s Wood Chemistry Class Lignin!Lignin is the second abundant and important organic substance in the plant world.!The incorporation of lignin into the cell walls of plants gave them the chance to conquer the Earth’s land surface.!Lignin increased the mechanical strength properties to.

Since the disclosure that salen complexes were potent low-temperature oxidation catalysts with exceptional selectivity, considerable efforts by our group have focussed on their development towards the efficient catalytic delignification of pulp, principally with environmentally benign oxygenic by: 5.

De Gruyter Graduate. Aresta, Dibenedetto, Dumeignil (Eds.) • Biorefineries: An Introduction LIGNIN BIOREFINERY: structure, pre-treatment, and use. Conversion of lignin: chemical technologies and biotechnologies – oxidative strategies in lignin upgrade.

Formamide chemistry and the origin of informational polymers. In Oxidative delignification chemistry. Fundamentals and Catalysis. Dimitris S. Argyropoulos Ed. ACS Symposium Series Washington DCISBN 2.

Claudia Crestini* and Dimitris S. Argyropoulos. On the role of 1-hydroxybenzotriazole as mediator in laccase oxidation of residual kraft lignin. Pp Providing a comprehensive review of reactions of oxidation for different classes of organic compounds and polymers, and biological processes mediated by free radicals, Oxidation and Antioxidants in Organic Chemistry and Biology puts the data and bibliographical information you need into one easy-to-use by: Individually, the oxidation and reduction reactions are called half reactions The individual oxidation or reduction reaction of a redox reaction.

We will then take multiples of each reaction until the number of electrons on each side cancels completely and combine the half reactions into an overall reaction, which should then be balanced. Oxidative delignification of flax fiber at 98°C was studied.

The intermediate material was produced in moderate yield with high degree of delignification. The optimum conditions of the process were by: 3. @article{osti_, title = {Lignin oxidation and pulp delignification by laccase and mediators}, author = {Bourbonnais, R.

and Paice, M.G. and Reid, I.D.}, abstractNote = {The phenol oxidizing enzyme laccase is produced abundantly by the lignin-degrading fungus Trametes versicolor. We found previously that laccase can oxidize veratryl alcohol and other non. On the Significance of the Superoxide Radical in Oxidative Delignification, Studied with Butylsyringol and Butylguaiacol.

Part I. The Mechanism of Aromatic Ring Opening; Modelling Organosolv Pulping of Hemp; An Ubiquitous Chlorohydroxypyrone in Filtrates from Chlorine Prebleaching of Alkaline PulpsCited by: Oxidation Levels of Organic Compounds (B) Carbon Oxidation Numbers Definitions of Organic Oxidation and Reduction Presentation of Redox Reactions in this Chapter Oxidation of Alcohols and Aldehydes Oxidation Using Cr(VI) Reagents (A) Chromate and Dichromate Reagents Unwanted Oxidation of AldehydesFile Size: 4MB.

Crestini, P. Tagliatesta, R. Saladino “A Biomimetic approach to lignin degradation: metalloporphyrins catalyzed oxidation of lignin and lignin model compounds” in Oxidative delignification chemistry: fundamentals and catalysis,American Chemical Society (ACS) symposium series N°, ISBN Subjects Architecture and Design Arts Asian and Pacific Studies Business and Economics Chemistry Classical and Ancient Near Eastern Studies Computer Sciences Cultural Studies Engineering General Interest Geosciences History Industrial Chemistry Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies Jewish Studies Law Library and Information Science, Book Studies Life.

Previously we demonstrated that alkaline hydrogen peroxide (AHP) pretreatment in the presence of complexes of copper(II) 2,2′-bipyridine (Cu-catalyzed AHP pretreatment) is an effective method for improving the enzymatic digestibility of switchgrass, silver birch, and hybrid poplar [36, 37].Cited by: Oxidative addition and reductive elimination are two important and related classes of reactions in organometallic chemistry.

Oxidative addition is a process that increases both the oxidation state and coordination number of a metal centre. Oxidative addition is often a step in catalytic cycles, in conjunction with its reverse reaction, reductive elimination. Lignin.

Lignin is a naturally occurring aromatic cross-linked polymer with molecular weight of more t Daltons (Da). It is estimated that about 30% of the organic carbon in the earth’s biosphere are from lignin [1,2].It is made up of about % of wood and annual plants, depending on the species [].Together with cellulose and hemicellulose, they formed the Cited by:.

Transition Metal Catalyzed Oxidative Cross-Coupling Reactions (Lecture Notes in Chemistry Book ) - Kindle edition by Aiwen Lei, Lei, Aiwen. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Transition Metal Catalyzed Oxidative Cross-Coupling Reactions (Lecture Notes in Chemistry Book Manufacturer: Springer.Oxidation in which oxygen is involved is still oxidation according to the modern definition of the term.

However, there is another old definition involving hydrogen which may be encountered in organic chemistry texts. This definition is the opposite of the oxygen definition, so it may cause confusion.

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