Vol 4, No 2 (2009)

Table of Contents

Editorials (Opinion Pieces)

DETOXIFICATION AND SEPARATION OF LIGNOCELLULOSIC BIOMASS PRIOR TO FERMENTATION FOR BIOETHANOL PRODUCTION BY REMOVAL OF LIGNIN AND HEMICELLULOSES PDF
Run-Cang Sun 452-455
LIGNOCELLULOSIC FEEDSTOCK BIOREFINERY—THE FUTURE OF THE CHEMICAL AND ENERGY INDUSTRY PDF
Shuiming Cheng, Shengdong Zhu 456-457

Research Articles (Peer Reviewed)

SWINE MANURE SOLIDS SEPARATION AND THERMOCHEMICAL CONVERSION TO HEAVY OIL PDF
Shuangning Xiu, Yuanhui Zhang, Abolghasem Shahbazi 458-470
EFFECT OF HARVESTING AGE ON THE CHEMICAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF DHAINCHA (SESBANIA ACULEATA) AND ITS PULPABILITY AND BLEACHABILITY PDF
M. Sarwar Jahan, Rashan Sabina, B. Tasmin, D. A. Nasima Chowdhury, Anashara Noori, Abdullah Al-Maruf 471-481
MODIFICATION OF LIGNANS BY TRAMETES HIRSUTA LACCASE PDF
Maija-Liisa Mattinen, Karin Struijs, Tapani Suortti, Ismo Mattila, Kristiina Kruus, Stefan Willför, Tarja Tamminen, Jean-Paul Vincken 482-496
PREPARATION AND CHARACTERISTICS OF ANIONIC POLYACRYLAMIDES CONTAINING DIRECT DYE WITH A HIGH AFFINITY FOR CELLULOSE PDF
Shingo Yokota, Takefumi Ohta, Takuya Kitaoka, Toshihiro Ona, Hiroyuki Wariishi 497-508
ENZYMATIC PRODUCTION OF GLUCOSE FROM WASTE PAPER PDF
Demitrios H Vynios, Dionissios A Papaioannou, George Filos, George Karigiannis, Tania Tziala, Gerassimos Lagios 509-521
ROLE OF PVA MODIFICATION IN IMPROVING THE SLIDING WEAR BEHAVIOUR OF BAMBOO PDF
Umesh K. Dwivedi, Ajoy Ghosh, Navin Chand 522-528
THE STRUCTURE AND CONFORMATION OF LIGNIN AS JUDGED BY X-RAY CRYSTALLOGRAPHIC INVESTIGATIONS OF LIGNIN MODEL COMPOUNDS: ARYLGLYCEROL beta-SYRINGYL ETHERS PDF
Knut Lundquist, Vratislav Langer, Jim Parkås 529-536
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TWO METHODS FOR EVALUATING FIVE-CARBON SUGARS IN EUCALYPTUS EXTRACTION LIQUOR PDF
Congcong Chi, Zeng Zhang, Weiwei Ge, Hasan Jameel 537-543
RESPONSE SURFACE METHODOLOGY FOR THE OPTIMIZED PRODUCTION OF AN ALKALOPHILIC LACCASE FROM GAMMA-PROTEOBACTERIUM JB PDF
Gursharan Singh, Naveen Ahuja, Prince Sharma, Neena Capalash 544-553
ARE THE PULP FIBER WALL SURFACE LAYERS THE MOST RESISTANT ONES TOWARDS BLEACHING? PDF
Arnis Treimanis, Uldis Grinfelds, Marite Skute 554-565
TENSILE PROPERTIES OF ALKALISED JUTE FIBRES PDF
Leonard Yesaya Mwaikambo 566-588
INFLUENCE OF LIGNOSULFONATES ON THE PROPERTIES OF DIMETHOMORPH WATER-DISPERSIBLE GRANULES PDF
Zhili Li, Yuxia Pang, Hongming Lou, Xueqing Qiu 589-601
LAYER STRUCTURES FORMED BY SILICA NANOPARTICLES AND CELLULOSE NANOFIBRILS WITH CATIONIC POLYACRYLAMIDE (C-PAM) ON CELLULOSE SURFACE AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON INTERACTIONS PDF
Jani Salmi, Tiina Nypelö, Monika Österberg, Janne Laine 602-625
CHEMICAL COMPOSITION, CRYSTALLINITY, AND THERMAL DEGRADATION OF BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED KENAF BAST (Hibiscus cannabinus) PULP AND NANOFIBERS PDF
Mehdi Jonoobi, Kristiina Oksman Niska, Jalaludin Harun, Manjusri Misra 626-639
FIBRE FLOC MORPHOLOGY AND DEWATERABILITY OF A PULP SUSPENSION: ROLE OF FLOCCULATION KINETICS AND CHARACTERISTICS OF FLOCCULATION AGENTS PDF
Henrikki Liimatainen, Antti Haapala, Jani Tomperi, Jouko Niinimäki 640-658
NATURAL WEATHERING OF SCOTS PINE (Pinus sylvestris L.) BOARDS MODIFIED WITH FUNCTIONALISED COMMERCIAL SILICONE EMULSIONS PDF
Shyamal C. Ghosh, Holger Militz, Carsten Mai 659-673
HYDROLYSIS OF WHEAT STRAW HEMICELLULOSE AND DETOXIFICATION OF THE HYDROLYSATE FOR XYLITOL PRODUCTION PDF
Junping Zhuang, Ying Liu, Zhen Wu, Yong Sun, Lu Lin 674-686
DETAILED MASS BALANCES OF THE AUTOHYDROLYSIS OF EUCALYPTUS GLOBULUS AT 170°C PDF
Moritz Leschinsky, Herbert Sixta, Rudolf Patt 687-703
HYDROTHERMAL CONVERSION OF BIOMASS INTO VALUE- ADDED PRODUCTS: TECHNOLOGY THAT MIMICS NATURE PDF
Fangming Jin, Heiji Enomoto 704-713
BREATHABLE WATER-RESISTANT LINERBOARD COATINGS BY ELECTROSPRAYING APPLICATION PDF
Ericka Ford, Satish Kumar, Roman Popil 714-729
INFLUENCE OF ALKALI TREATMENT ON CREEP PROPERTIES AND CRYSTALINITY OF JUTE FIBRES PDF
Dipa Ray, Mahuya Das, Debarati Mitra 730-739
CHROMIUM (VI) ADSORPTION ONTO ACTIVATED KRAFT LIGNIN PRODUCED FROM ALFA GRASS (STIPA TENACISSIMA) PDF
Nassima Tazrouti, Moussa Amrani 740-755
THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF LAMINATED VENEER LUMBERS BONDED WITH VARIOUS ADHESIVES AND IMPREGNATED WITH VARIOUS CHEMICALS PDF
Burhanettin Uysal, Seref Kurt, Cemal Ozcan 756-770
PROPERTIES OF BIRCH OUTER BARK PANELS REINFORCED WITH WOOD STRANDS IN THE SURFACE LAYERS PDF
Roger Pedieu, Bernard Riedl, Andre Pichette 771-788
USE OF LIGNIN SEPARATED FROM BIO-OIL IN ORIENTED STRAND BOARD BINDER PHENOL-FORMALDEHYDE RESINS PDF
Badamkhand Sukhbaatar, Philip H. Steele, Leonard I. Ingram, Moon G. Kim 789-804
LIGNIN-STIMULATED PROTECTION OF POLYPROPYLENE FILMS AND DNA IN CELLS OF MICE AGAINST OXIDATION DAMAGE PDF
Bozena Kosikova, Juraj Labaj 805-815
BIODEGRADATION OF AGRO-WASTES BY SOME NIGERIAN WHITE-ROT FUNGI PDF
Oluseyi Damilola Adejoye, Isola O. Fasidi 816-824

Review Articles (Peer Reviewed)

POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS OF IONIC LIQUIDS IN WOOD RELATED INDUSTRIES PDF
Shaoqin Han, Jialin Li, Shengdong Zhu, Rui Chen, Yuanxin Wu, Xinya Zhang, Ziniu Yu 825-834
SUSTAINABLE TRAILER FLOORING PDF
John Z. Lu, Marc Chorney, Lowell Peterson 835-849
RETENTION AID POLYMER INTERACTIONS WITH CELLULOSIC SURFACES AND SUSPENSIONS: A REVIEW PDF
Martin A. Hubbe, Hiroki Nanko, Michelyn R. McNeal 850-906


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