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Characterization of cellulose prepared from some Algerian lignocellulosic materials (zeen oak wood, Aleppo pine wood and date palm rachis)

Abstract : The potential for pulp production from Algerian wood waste (Aleppo pine, zeen oak and date palm rachis) was explored in this work. The effect of extraction processes (Kraft or organosolv) on fibers crystallinity was evaluated and related to the thermal behavior. From comparison to microcrystalline cellulose, it resulted that for date palm rachis the best cellulose characteristics were obtained by using organosolv pulping: high yield of alpha-cellulose (33.66 %), high crystallinity (68.87 %) and decomposition temperature (357.97 A degrees C) were obtained. On the other hand, Kraft pulping seems to be suitable for zeen oak and Aleppo pine.
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Imane Haddadou, Djamel Aliouche, Nicolas Brosse, Siham Amirou. Characterization of cellulose prepared from some Algerian lignocellulosic materials (zeen oak wood, Aleppo pine wood and date palm rachis). European Journal of Wood and Wood Products, Springer Verlag, 2015, 73 (3), pp.419-421. ⟨10.1007/s00107-015-0903-3⟩. ⟨hal-01598449⟩

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