Cellulose Chemistry and Properties: Fibers, Nanocelluloses by Orlando J. Rojas

By Orlando J. Rojas

Vincent Bulone et al.: Cellulose resources and new figuring out of synthesis in crops Thomas Heinze et al.:Cellulose constitution and homes Thomas Rosenau, Antje Potthast, Ute Henniges et al.: contemporary advancements in cellulose getting older (degradation / yellowing / chromophore formation) Sunkyu Park et al.:Cellulose crystallinity Lina Zhang et al.:Gelation and dissolution habit of cellulose Yoshiyuki Nishio et al.:Cellulose and derivatives in liquid crystals Alessandro Gandini, Naceur Belgacem et al.:The floor and in-depth amendment of cellulose fibers Emily D. Cranston et al.:Interfacial houses of cellulose Herbert Sixta, Michael Hummel et al.Cellulose Fibers Regenerated from Cellulose recommendations in Ionic drinks Qi Zhou et al.:Cellulose-based biocomposites Orlando Rojas et al.:Films of cellulose nanocrystals and nanofibrils Pedro Fardim et al.:Functional cellulose debris Wadood Hamad et al.:Cellulose Composites

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By Orlando J. Rojas

Vincent Bulone et al.: Cellulose resources and new figuring out of synthesis in crops Thomas Heinze et al.:Cellulose constitution and homes Thomas Rosenau, Antje Potthast, Ute Henniges et al.: contemporary advancements in cellulose getting older (degradation / yellowing / chromophore formation) Sunkyu Park et al.:Cellulose crystallinity Lina Zhang et al.:Gelation and dissolution habit of cellulose Yoshiyuki Nishio et al.:Cellulose and derivatives in liquid crystals Alessandro Gandini, Naceur Belgacem et al.:The floor and in-depth amendment of cellulose fibers Emily D. Cranston et al.:Interfacial houses of cellulose Herbert Sixta, Michael Hummel et al.Cellulose Fibers Regenerated from Cellulose recommendations in Ionic drinks Qi Zhou et al.:Cellulose-based biocomposites Orlando Rojas et al.:Films of cellulose nanocrystals and nanofibrils Pedro Fardim et al.:Functional cellulose debris Wadood Hamad et al.:Cellulose Composites

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US Patent 6,602,994, 5 Aug 2003 87. Gousse C, Chanzy H, Excoffier G et al (2002) Stable suspensions of partially silylated cellulose whiskers dispersed in organic solvents. Polymer 43:2645–2651 88. Agarwal M, Lvov Y, Varahramyan K (2006) Conductive wood microfibres for smart paper through layer-by-layer nanocoating. Nanotechnology 17:5319–5325 89. Greiner A, Wendorff JH (2007) Electrospinning: a fascinating method for the preparation of ultrathin fibers. Angew Chem Int Ed 46:5670 90. Reneker DH, Chun I (1996) Nanometer diameter fibers of polymer, produced by electrospinning.

NaOH O HO OO OCH3 CH3O N N O N 24 h, 70°C, argon O HO N N O O HO OH OH Fig. 5H2O, sodium ascorbate O (i) TosCl, TEA, DMA/LiCl O O N O HO OH N 25-70°C, 4-72 h N N (DMSO, methanol or EMImAc) O O HO OH Fig. 7 ppm Fig. 59). AGU anhydroglucose unit. Adapted from [187] (4-methyl-(1,2,3-triazolo)-1-propyl-polyamido amine) cellulose derivatives (Fig. 35). 3-Mono-O-propargyl cellulose can be produced by reaction of 2,6-di-Othexyldimethylsilyl cellulose with propargyl bromide in the presence of sodium hydride, followed by subsequent treatment with tetrabutylammonium fluoride trihydrate for complete removal of the silicon-containing moieties of 3-mono-Opropargyl-2,6-di-O-thexyldimethylsilyl cellulose.

23, giving a hemiacetal-type structure [129–131]. Cellulose: Structure and Properties 27 Imidazolium salts 1-Ethyl-3-methylimidazolium salts N - + N Cl N CH2CH3 CH3 Chloride (EMIMCl) + N CH3 HCOO - N CH2CH3 + N CH3 Formate (EMIMFmO) CH3COO - CH2CH3 Acetate (EMIMAc) 1-Butyl-3-methylimidazolium salt N + N CH3 HCOO - N CH2(CH2)2CH3 + CH3 Formate (BMIMFmO) + Cl CH3 + N CH3 Chloride (BMIMCl) N C N C N - CH2(CH2)2CH3 Dicyanoamide (BMIMdca) 1-Hexyl-3-methylimidazolium salts - N N CH2(CH2)2CH3 1-Allyl-3-methylimidazolium salt N - N Cl N + - N CH3 CH2CH=CH2 Chloride (AMIMCl) Cl CH2CH2CH2CH2CH2CH3 Chloride (HMIMCl) Imidazolium salts with substitution at position 2 N + - N Cl N Ammonium salts Pyridinium salts CH3 CH3(CH2)12CH2 - Cl Br CH2CH=CH2 CH3 1-Allyl-2,3-dimethylimidazolium bromide (ADMIMBr) CH3 1-Butyl-2,3-dimethylimidazolium chloride (BDMIMCl) N - N CH3 CH2(CH2)2CH3 CH3 + N CH 3 CH3 - N Cl CH2(CH2)2CH3 CH2CH3 1-Butyl-3-methylpyridiniumchloride (BMPyCl) N-Ethylpyridiniumchloride (EPyCl) - Cl Benzyldimethyl(tetradecyl)ammonium chloride (BDTACl) Fig.

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