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Bio based phenolic resins and adhesives derived from forestry residues wastes and lignin
The work presented here aims to produce bio-phenolic compounds from forestry biomass (residues, wastes and lignin), and substitute petroleum-based phenol with the bio-phenolic compounds to produce high quality bio-based ...
Chemical and electrochemical modification of kraft lignin to value-added products
Lignin is one of the most abundant biopolymers on earth, constituting approximately 30% of the dry weight of softwoods and 20% of hardwoods. It is a renewable, non-toxic, commercially available and low cost natural resource ...
Lignin Degradation by some wood-rot fungi with emphasis on cylindrocladium camelliae
Thirty wood-rot fungi were screened for their ability to grow on media containing Kraft lignin with a limited amount of glucose. Of these fungi, twenty-three were tested for ligninolytic activity judged by decolorization ...