Vol 3, No 4 (2008)

Table of Contents

Editorials (Opinion Pieces)

LIGNOCELLULOSIC BIOMASS: A POTENTIAL FEEDSTOCK TO REPLACE PETROLEUM PDF
Lucian A. Lucia 981-982

Research Articles (Peer Reviewed)

FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF THE FATIGUE BEHAVIOR OF WOOD FIBER CELL WALLS PDF
Phichit Somboon, Kaarlo Nieminen, Hannu Paulapuro 983-994
RADICAL FORMATION ON CTMP FIBERS BY ARGON PLASMA TREATMENTS AND RELATED LIGNIN CHEMICAL CHANGES PDF
Stefano Zanini, Carmen Canevali, Marco Orlandi, Eeva-Liisa Tolppa, Luca Zoia, Claudia Riccardi, Franca Morazzoni 995-1006
POTENTIAL USE OF GRAFT COPOLYMERS OF MERCERIZED FLAX AS FILLER IN POLYSTYRENE COMPOSITE MATERIALS PDF
Susheel Kalia, Sanjeev Sharma, Bandna Bhardwaj, B. S. Kaith, A. S. Singha 1010-1019
ETHANOL PRODUCTION FROM XYLOSE AND WOOD HYDROLYZATE BY MUCOR INDICUS AT DIFFERENT AERATION RATES PDF
Ria - Millati, Keikhosro - Karimi, Lars - Edebo, Claes - Niklasson, Mohammad Jafar Taherzadeh 1020-1029
SPECIFIC INTERACTION ACTING AT A CELLULOSE-BINDING DOMAIN/CELLULOSE INTERFACE FOR PAPERMAKING APPLICATION PDF
Shingo Yokota, Kumiko Matsuo, Takuya Kitaoka, Hiroyuki Wariishi 1030-1041
VANILLIN PRODUCTION BY PHANEROCHAETE CHRYSOSPORIUM GROWN ON GREEN COCONUT AGRO-INDUSTRIAL HUSK IN SOLID STATE FERMENTATION PDF
Elisabete dos Santos Barbosa, Daniel Perrone, Ana Lúcia do Amaral Vendramini, Selma Gomes Ferreira Leite 1042-1050
THERMOGRAVIMETRIC ANALYSIS AND WEATHERING STUDY BY WATER IMMERSION OF ALKALI TREATED BAMBOO FIBRES PDF
Mahuya Das, Debabrata Chakrabarty 1051_1062
Carbonized Starch Microcellular Foam-Cellulose Fiber Composite Structures PDF
Andrew R Rutledge, Richard A. Venditti, Joel J Pawlak, Sameer Patel, Janderson L Cibils 1063-1080
CHARACTERIZATION OF REFINED HEMP FIBERS USING NIR FT RAMAN MICRO SPECTROSCOPY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPY PDF
Siva Kumar Kovur, Karla Schenzel, Eckhard Grimm, Wulf Diepenbrock 1081-1091
EVALUATION OF HEAVY METAL REMOVAL BY OXIDISED LIGNINS IN ACID MEDIA FROM VARIOUS SOURCES PDF
German C. Quintana, G. J. M. Rocha, A. R. Goncalves, J. A. Velasquez 1092-1102
Theoretical method for prediction of the cutting edge recession during milling wood and secondary wood products PDF
Boleslaw Kazimierz Porankiewicz 1103-1117
SURFACE COMPOSITION OF GRAFTED THERMOMECHANICAL PULP THROUGH XPS MEASUREMENT PDF
Daniel Montplaisir, Claude Daneault, Bruno Chabot 1118-1129
ASSESSMENT OF TOXICITY OF INDUSTRIAL WASTES USING CROP PLANT ASSAYS PDF
Carmen Alice Teaca, Ruxanda Bodirlau 1130-1145
ADSORPTION OF CONGO RED DYE ON HAZELNUT SHELLS AND DEGRADATION WITH Phanerochaete chrysosporium PDF
Riccardo Carletto, Fabiana Chimirri, Francesca Bosco, Franco Ferrero 1146-1155
TOTAL VALORISATION OF RED CEDAR (THUJA PLICATA) SAWMILLS WASTES. ISOLATION OF EXTRACTIVES AND PRODUCTION OF ACTIVATED CARBON FROM THE SOLID RESIDUE PDF PDF
Hamid Mellouk, Lotfi Khezami, Sid-Ahmed Rezzoug, Richard Capart 1156-1172
FABRICATION AND STUDY OF LIGNOCELLULOSIC HIBISCUS SABDARIFFA FIBER REINFORCED POLYMER COMPOSITES PDF
Amar Singh Singha, Vijay Kumar Thakur 1173-1186
USE OF WOOD DERIVATIVES AS DOPING / DISPERSING AGENTS IN THE PREPARATION OF POLYPYRROLE AQUEOUS DISPERSIONS PDF
Caudia Sasso, Mathieu Fenoll, Oliveir Stephan, Davide Beneventi 1187-1195
PRODUCTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF ECONOMICAL BACTERIAL CELLULOSE PDF
Houssni El-Saied, Ahmed I. El-Diwany, Altaf H. Basta, Nagwa A. Atwa, Dina E. El-Ghwas 1196-1217
THE INFLUENCE OF TMP FIBRE FLEXIBILITY ON FLOCCULATION AND FORMATION PDF
Patrick Huber, Bruno Carré, Michel Petit-conil 1218-1227
MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL, AND THERMAL PROPERTIES OF MALEIC ANHYDRIDE MODIFIED RICE HUSK FILLED PVC COMPOSITES PDF
Navin Chand, Bhajan Das Jhod 1228-1243
POTENTIAL OF USING ANAEROBICALLY DIGESTED BOVINE BIOFIBER AS A FIBER SOURCE FOR WOOD COMPOSITES PDF
Jerrold Everett Winandy, Zhiyong Cai 1244-1255
ANAEROBICALLY DIGESTED BOVINE BIOFIBER AS A SOURCE OF FIBER FOR PARTICLEBOARD MANUFACTURING: AN ECONOMIC ANALYSIS PDF
Henry Spelter, Jerrold Winandy, Timothy Zauche 1256-1266
CHEMICAL AND THERMAL STABILITY OF RICE HUSKS AGAINST ALKALI TREATMENT PDF
Bwire Sturmius Ndazi, Christian W. Nyahumwa, Joseph Tesha 1267-1277
EFFECT OF BIOTIC AND ABIOTIC PRE-TREATMENTS OF HORN-BEAM WOOD ON ITS PROPERTIES INTERESTING FROM VIEWPOINT OF PULPING IN ALKALINE MEDIA. PART 1: PHYSICAL PROPERTIES PDF
Rastislav Solár, Miroslav Mamoň, Janka Dibdiaková, Ladislav Reinprecht, Miloš Pánek, Jozef Hudec 1278-1290
EFFECT OF BIOTIC AND ABIOTIC PRE-TREATMENTS OF HORN-BEAM WOOD ON ITS PROPERTIES INTERESTING FROM THE VIEWPOINT OF PULPING IN ALKALINE MEDIA. PART 2: CHEMICAL ALTERATIONS PDF
Rastislav Solár, František Kačík, Ladislav Reinprecht, Marta Laurová, Jarmila Geffertová, Janka Dibdiaková 1291-1302
DECAY RESISTANCE OF TREATED WOOD WITH FUNCTIONALISED COMMERCIAL SILICONES PDF
Shyamal C. Ghosh, Holger Militz, Carsten Mai 1303-1314
EFFECT OF POLYMER ADSORPTION ON CELLULOSE NANOFIBRIL WATER BINDING CAPACITY AND AGGREGATION PDF
Susanna Ahola, Petri Myllytie, Monika Österberg, Tuija Teerinen, Janne Laine 1315-1328
ANALYSIS OF SWITCHGRASS CHARACTERISTICS USING NEAR INFRARED TECHNIQUES PDF
Nicole Labbé, Philip X. Ye, Jennifer A. Franklin, Alvin R. Womac, Donald D. Tyler, Timothy G. Rials 1329-1348
ETHANOL PRODUCTION FROM A MEMBRANE PURIFIED HEMICELLULOSIC HYDROLYSATE DERIVED FROM SUGAR MAPLE BY PICHIA STIPITIS NRRL Y-7124 PDF
Rosanna M. Stoutenburg, Joseph A. Perrotta, Thomas E. Amidon, James P Nakas 1349-1358
ALTERNATIVE PULPING PROCESS FOR PRODUCING DISSOLVING PULP FROM JUTE PDF
M. Sarwar Jahan, Sabina Rawsan, D. A. Nasima Chowdhury, A. Al-Maruf 1359-1370
LIGNIN MODIFICATION BY EPOXIDATION PDF
Teodor Malutan, Raluca Nicu, Valentin I. Popa 1371-13767

Review Articles (Peer Reviewed)

INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS AND FUTURE PROSPECTS OF MICROBIAL XYLANASES: A REVIEW PDF
Saurabh Sudha Dhiman, Jitender Sharma, Bindu Battan 1377-1402
CELLULOSE AS A NANOSTRUCTURED POLYMER: A SHORT REVIEW PDF
Michael Ioelovich 1403-1418
COLLOIDAL STABILITY AND AGGREGATION OF LIGNOCELLULOSIC MATERIALS IN AQUEOUS SUSPENSION: A REVIEW PDF
Martin A. Hubbe, Orlando J. Rojas 1419-1491


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