Obtención de lignina y celulosa de residuos de maíz (ING)
AbstractUsing a simple pulping method, lignin and cellulose were obtained from corn waste in good yield. Thermal analysis results showed that lignins were thermally less stable than Kraft Lignin from soft woods. Using several different methods, it was found that the celluloses were less cristallin than Avicel cellulose.
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