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Cellulose: Structure and Properties, Derivatives and Industrial Uses
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Editors: Arnaud Lejeune and Thibaut Deprez
Book Description:
Cellulose is the most widely spread organic polymer found in nature, since it constitutes the main component of the membrane of plant cell. It is well-known that cellulose is a very important and fascinating biopolymer and an almost inexhaustible and renewable raw material. This book provides a synthesis of the old knowledge and the development of different studies which contribute to the understanding of the structure of cellulose allomorphs. In addition, cellulosic ethanol has been taken as a promising alternative energy source for the nonrenewable fossil fuel. This book reviews the development of biochemical conversion of biomass materials into cellulosic ethanol, including previous achievements, current status, and future work. The various aspects of natural and accelerated ageing of cellulose are also presented and discussed. Other chapters in this book explore the basic principles of cellulose oxidation chemistry with a focus on different products of the reactions. The main part of the chapter focuses on both known and newly proposed applications of oxidized celluloses in medical, cosmetic, hygiene and food industry. A critical analysis is also made of the literature concerned with the kinetics of cellulose degradation. Furthermore, this book reviews bacterial cellulose (BC), an outstanding biomaterial with unique properties, including high water holding capacity, high crystallinity and ultrafine fiber network. These properties support a wide range of applications, in human and veterinary medicine, odonthology, pharmaceutical industry, acoustic and filter membranes, biotechnological devices and in the food and paper industry.



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Chapter 1 - CELLULOSE ALLOMORPHS – OVERVIEW AND PERSPECTIVES
Authors / Editors: Diana Ciolacu and Valentin I. Popa

Chapter 2 - CELLULOSE BIOSYNTHESIS INHIBITORS: THEIR USES AS POTENTIAL HERBICIDES AND AS TOOLS IN CELLULOSE AND CELL WALL STRUCTURAL PLASTICITY RESEARCH
Authors / Editors: Acebes, Antonio Encina, Penélope García-Angulo et al.

Chapter 3 - CELLULOSIC ETHANOL PRODUCTION THROUGH BIOCONVERSION OF LIGNOCELLULOSIC BIOMASS
Authors / Editors: Yi Zheng

Chapter 4 - WATER VAPOUR SORPTION AND THERMAL ANALYSIS STUDY OF MAN–MADE CELLULOSIC FIBRES RELATED TO THEIR PROPERTIES IN APPLICATION
Authors / Editors: Ksenija Varga, Michael F. Noisternig, Ulrich J. Griesser, Roger N. Ibbett, and K. Christian Schuster

Chapter 5 - NATURAL AND ACCELERATED AGEING OF CELLULOSE AND PAPER: A LITERATURE REVIEW
Authors / Editors: Spiros Zervos

Chapter 6 - CHEMISTRY, TECHNOLOGY AND APLICATIONS OF OXIDIZED CELLULOSES
Authors / Editors: P. Havelka, T. Sopuch, V. Hnatowicz, P. Suchý, R. Masteiková, M. Bajerová, J. Gajdziok, M. Milichovský and V. Švorčík

Chapter 7 - ANALYSIS OF CELLULOSE USING NMR SPECTROSCOPY
Authors / Editors: Vitor H. Pomin

Chapter 8 - POLYSACCHARIDE - POLYSACCHARIDE INTERACTIONS IN SOLUTIONS
Authors / Editors: Marek Sikoraa and Piotr Tomasik

Chapter 9 - CELLULOSE AS THE ANTI-GRAVITATIONAL POLYSACCHARIDE
Authors / Editors: Takayuki Hoson

Chapter 10 - BIOFUNCTIONAL TEXTILES – NEW APPROACHES FOR THERAPY AND PREVENTION IN DERMATOLOGY
Authors / Editors: C. Wiegand, J. W. Fluhr, P. Elsner and U. C. Hipler

Chapter 11 - OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF CELLULOSE ESTERS AND THEIR BLENDS
Authors / Editors: Masayuki Yamaguchi

Chapter 12 - SOME FEATURES OF MICROSTRUCTURAL TRANSFORMATION COTTON FIBER AT DIFFERENT DEVELOPMENTAL STAGES
Authors / Editors: A. A. Paiziev and S. A.Tishin

Chapter 13 - APPLICATION OF STABLE ISOTOPE PROBING (DNASIP) IN THE IDENTIFICATION OF CELLULOLYTIC SOIL BACTERIA AND FUNGI
Authors / Editors: Feth el Zahar Haichar and Wafa Achouak

Chapter 14 - BIOFUEL PRODUCTION FROM CELLULOSIC BIOMASS BY CELL SURFACE ENGINEERING – DEVELOPMENT OF ARMING TECHNOLOGY TO DESIGN BIOCATALYST FOR CONSOLIDATED BIOPROCESSING (CBP) SYSTEM
Authors / Editors: Kouichi Kuroda and Mitsuyoshi Ueda

Chapter 15 - STARCH NANOPARTICLES
Authors / Editors: Joanna Szymońska and Piotr Tomasik

Chapter 16 - GRINDING EFFECT ON SUPERHEATED STEAM PYROLYSIS OF CELLULOSE
Authors / Editors: Tomohiro Iwasaki

Chapter 17 - WHAT WENT WRONG WITH THE KINETICS OF CELLULOSE DEGRADATION?
Authors / Editors: Paolo Calvini

Chapter 18 - BACTERIAL CELLULOSE: PROPERTIES, PRODUCTION AND APPLICATIONS
Authors / Editors: Fabia Karine Andradea, Renata Ap. Nedel Pertilea, Fernando Douradoa and Francisco M. Gama

Chapter 19 - MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF CELLULOSIC MATERIALS AT MICRO- AND NANOSCALE LEVELS
Authors / Editors: Siqun Wang, Seung-Hwan Lee and Qingzheng Cheng
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   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2010
   Pages: 528.pp
   ISBN: 978-1-60876-388-7
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