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By David N.-S. Hon

ISBN-10: 0585383928

ISBN-13: 9780585383927

ISBN-10: 0824794729

ISBN-13: 9780824794729

This quantity emphasizes the transforming into want for wooden items with complex engineering houses. It information the elemental rules of cellulose expertise and offers present recommendations to enhancing the fundamental chemistry of lignocellulosic fabrics. The paintings: discusses the not pricey use of cellulose derivatives in numerous commodities; highlights the chemical amendment of wooden by means of tools resembling etherification, esterification and thermoplasticization; considers fresh growth within the lignocellulosic liquefaction of wooden; and extra.

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