Cellulose Chemistry and Technology by Jett C. Arthur

By Jett C. Arthur

content material: Crystal constructions of oligocellulose acetates and cellulose acetate 2 / R.H. Marchessault and H. Chanzy --
A digital bond modeling learn of cellulose 1 / Alfred D. French and Vincent G. Murphy / reports on polymorphy in cellulose : cellulose IV and a few results of temperature / Rajai H. Atalla, Bruce E. Dimick, and Seelye C. Nagel --
constructions of local and regenerated celluloses / John Blackwell, Francis J. Kolpak, and Kenncorwin H. Gardner --
X-ray diffraction through bacterial capsular polysaccharides : trial conformations for klebsiella polyuronides K5, K57, and K8 / E.D.T. Atkins, K.H. Gardner, and D.H. Isaac --
X-ray diffraction reviews of heparin conformation / I.A. Nieduszynski, K.H. Gardner, and E.D.T. Atkins --
Hyaluronic acid conformations and interactions / W.T. iciness, J.J. Cael, P.J.C. Smith, and Struther Arnott / reports at the crystalline constitution of [beta]-D-(1 [yields] 3)-glucan and its triacetate / Terry L. Bluhm and Anatole Sarko --
Conformation and packing research of polysaccharides and derivatives : certain refinement of trimethylamylose / P. Zugenmaier, A. Kuppel, and E. Husemann --
strong country conformations and interactions of a few branched microbial polysaccharides / Ralph Moorhouse, Malcolm D. Walkinshaw, William T. iciness, and Struther Arnott --
alterations in cellulose constitution in the course of manufacture and changing of paper / E.L. Akim --
Characterization of cellulose and artificial fibers by way of static and dynamic thermoacoustical options / Pronoy ok. Chatterjee --
Heat-induced alterations within the houses of cotton fibers / S.H. Zeronian --
Infrared and Raman spectroscopy of cellulose / John Blackwell --
Teichoic acids : elements of constitution and biosynthesis / I.C. Hancock and J. Baddiley --
Secondary lignification in conifer timber / Herbert L. Hergert --
Electron donor homes of tertiary amines in cellulose anion exchangers / Dorothy M. Perrier and Ruth R. Benerito --
Pyrolysis of cellulose after chlorination or addition of zinc chloride / Yuan Z. Lai, Fred Shafizadeh, and Craig R. McIntyre --
A speculative photograph of the delignification strategy / D.A.I. Goring --
Non-aqueous solvents of cellulose / Burkart Philipp, Harry Schleicher, and Wolfgang Wagenknecht --
results of solvents on graft copolymerization of styrene with [gamma]-irradiated cellulose / Yoshio Nakamura and Machiko Shimada --
interplay of radiation with cellulose within the sturdy country / Glyn O. Phillips, P.J. Baugh, J.F. McKellar, and C. Von Sonntag --
Grafting of monomers to cellulose utilizing UV and gamma radiation as initiators / John L. Garnett --
a few organic features of matrix elements in benthic algae when it comes to their chemistry and the composition of seawater / Inger-Lill Andresen, Olav Skipnes, Olav Smidsrød, Kjetill Ostgaard, and consistent with Chr. Hemmer --
where of cellulose below strength shortage / Irving S. Goldstein.

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13. Atalla, R. H. and Nagel, S. , Polymer Letters 12, 565 (1974). ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1977. 4 Structures of Native and Regenerated Celluloses JOHN BLACKWELL, FRANCIS J. KOLPAK, and KENNCORWIN H. 3Å ( f i b e r a x i s ) and γ = 96°. 3° (average values over a v a r i e t y o f p r e p a r a t i o n s ) . The u n i t c e l l s for both forms contain c e l l o b i o s e residues of two chains, and the space groups are g e n e r a l l y thought to be P21.

1 and 2 are shown, r e s p e c t i v e l y , i n F i g . 3 and k. Though the s p e c t r a r e f l e c t the v a r i a t i o n i n polymorphic forms, the p a t t e r n o f the s p e c t r a l changes does not provide a simple c o r r e l a t i o n with the x-ray d i f f r a c t o m e t r i c i n d i c e s of polymorphic form. In order t o p l a c e the Raman s p e c t r a of the present samples i n p e r s p e c t i v e x-ray d i f f r a c t o g r a m s and Raman s p e c t r a of a s e r i e s of c e l l u l o s e s mercerized t o v a r y i n g degrees (2) are reproduced i n F i g .

155. 155, r e s p e c t i v e l y . 66 R f o r the model w i t h the minimum i n R. Table VI compares c h a r a c t e r i s t i c s o f the Gardner-Blackwell (1) model w i t h those o f the b e s t model d e r i v e d from the nonreducing 3 - c e l l o b i o s e r e s i d u e . Not shown are the f r a c t i o n a l coordinates. 5 S. 7°, and the p o s s i b i l i t y o f a some­ what stronger 0 ( 6 ) — 0 ( 2 ' ) hydrogen bond. 77 8, which i s the average o f the values reported f o r the two c e l l o b i o s e s t r u c t u r e s (_5,8) and three l a c t o s e s t r u c t u r e s (24-26).

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