Chemical transformations of lignin during the biodegradation and organosolv pulping of deciduous wood View Full Text


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DATE

1995-07

AUTHORS

S. A. Medvedeva, G. P. Aleksandrova, L. V. Kanitskaya, S. G. D'yachkova, V. A. Babkin

ABSTRACT

The lignins from the liquors in the organosolv pulping of aspen wood treated with wood-destroying fungi have been investigated using quantitative1H and13C NMR spectroscopy and exclusion liquid chromatography. It has been shown that the biodegradation of lignin takes place in different ways according to the complex of enzymes produced by the fungi. Phanerochaete sanguinea causes degradation through predominant cleavage at alkyl-phenyl bonds, and Trametes villosus at the C-C bonds of the aliphatic chain. In addition to degradation reactions, polymerization (condensation) reactions also take place with the appearance of new Car-O-C and Car-C bonds. It has been established that the biological pretreatment of aspen wood ensuring partial degradation of the lignin leads to its more ready extraction in the process of organosolv pulping. More... »

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503-510

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