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Methods used at the Forest products laboratory for the Chemical analysis of pulps and pulpwoods Rev., September 1939 ... in cooperation with the University of Wisconsin by Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.)

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Published by Forest Products Laboratory in Madison .
Written in English

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  • Wood-pulp

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ContributionsUniversity of Wisconsin
The Physical Object
Pagination41 p.
Number of Pages41
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27268464M
OCLC/WorldCa21495555

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Methods used at the Forest Products Laboratory for the chemical analysis of pulps and pulpwoods By Publisher: Madison, Wis.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory. the method used at the Forest Products Laboratory in Madison, Wisconsin (10). For cooking liquors, the liquor sample was diluted according to its approximate concentration by pipetting the desired volume into a ml. volumetric flask. A diluted sample was pipetted into an erlenmeyer flask, an accurate volume of standard iodine was added to. Environmentally friendly techniques for chemical pulp bleaching. In the last decades there has been a rapid evolution of techniques for production of bleached pulp. Much of these processes have been environmentally driven. New techniques have been developed in order to replace chlorine-based reagents in producing bleached pulp. II. Forest products research. It comprises a general chemical laboratory for analysis, research on wood constituents, quantitative analysis, determination of chemical properties, extraction of component elements, etc. For the preparation of paper pulps, this laboratory has two digesters built of acid-resistant steel, heated by induction.

A comprehensive evaluation of biopulping at the Forest Products Laboratory (FPL) showed that these fungi can be economically grown on wood chips in an outdoor chip pile-based system. The 72 % sulfuric acid method for lignin contains twoand sometimes three preliminary extractive treatments,namely: (1) with alcohol, to remove the catechol tannins; (2)with alcohol-benzene solution, to remove the resins, oils, fatsand waxes; and (3) with hot water, to remove the remainingwater-soluble materials The alcohol extraction is necessary in analysis of woodshigh in tannin; that is, oak, . The methoxyl content of lignin and the percentage of the total methoxyl in the plant increase with advancing age of the plant (9, 10). The determination of the methoxyl content of plants by the Zeisel method, as outlined by the U. S. Forest Products Laboratory (2), is executed more quickly and easily than the determination of by: In its broadest sense, and according to the traditional conception, wood chemistry is a comprehensive discipline, ranging from fundamental studies to practical applications. The manifold constituents, located in different morphological regions in the wood, results in an extreme complexity of wood chemistry. Ever more sophisticated endeavors needing fundamental studies and advanced analytical.

Methoxyl was determined by a modification of the Zeisel method, as outlined by the U. S. Forest Products Laboratory (3). 5'Ioisture determinations were made by toluene distillation (2). Crude fiber and nitrogen were determined by the methods suggested by Cited by: 5. Forest Products Laboratory One Gifford Pinchot Drive Madison, WI Phone: () Fax: () Email. It can readily accept small diameter and crooked trees and species that do not perform well in dimension lumber applications. The pulp and paper industry is also a well established biorefinery business, generating paper, chemical products like turpentine, rosin and soap, and energy from the black liquor byproduct and from waste wood. This method describes a procedure which can be applied to the determination of acid-insoluble lignin in wood and in all grades of unbleached pulps. In semi-bleached pulp the lignin content should not.