Glucuronoxylan-derived chlorinated compounds in filtrates from chlorine dioxide bleaching: a comparative study between eucalypt (E-globulus) and birch (Betula spp.) kraft pulps
authors Freire, CSR; Silvestre, AJD; Neto, CP; Cavaleiro, JAS
nationality International
journal APPITA JOURNAL
author keywords Eucalyptus globulus; Betula; glucuronoxylan; chlorinated compounds; ECF; bleaching
keywords AOX
abstract Eucalyptus globulus and Betula spp kraft pulps were submitted to a D0E1D1E2D2 bleaching stage and the ethyl acetate extracts of D filtrates analysed by GC-MS. In both species, significant amounts of glucuronoxylan-derived chlorinated compounds were detected, particularly in D-0 and D-1 stages, contributing 17 to 34% of the corresponding AOX. The influence of the nature of the glucuronoxylan of these two species in the amount of chlorinated derivatives formed is discussed.
publisher APPITA
issn 1038-6807
year published 2004
volume 57
issue 1
beginning page 40
ending page 42
web of science category Materials Science, Paper & Wood
subject category Materials Science
unique article identifier WOS:000220760100009

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