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100 1  Fengel, Dietrich 
245 10 Wood :|bChemistry, ultrastructure, Reactions 
264  1 Berlin/Boston :|bDe Gruyter, Inc.,|c1983 
264  4 |c©1983 
300    1 online resource (626 pages) 
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505 0  Intro -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Structure and 
       Ultrastructure -- 2.1. Anatomical Aspects -- 2.2. 
       Ultrastructure of the Cell Wall -- 2.3. Reaction Tissues -
       - 2.4. Functional Elements of the Conducting System -- 3. 
       Chemical Composition and Analysis of Wood -- 3.1. Survey 
       of the Chemical Components -- 3.2. Analysis of Wood -- 
       3.3. Data of Wood Analyses -- 4. Cellulose -- 4.1. 
       Occurrence -- 4.2. Molecular Properties -- 4.3. 
       Supramolecular Structures -- 5. Polyoses (Hemicelluloses) 
       -- 5.1. Nature and Classification -- 5.2. Xylans -- 5.3. 
       Mannans -- 5.4. Glucans -- 5.5. Galactans -- 5.6. Pectins 
       -- 6. Lignin -- 6.1. Significance and Occurrence -- 6.2. 
       Lignification of the Cell Wall -- 6.3. Structure and 
       Constitution of Lignin -- 6.4. Characterization and 
       Properties of Lignins and Lignin Derivatives -- 6.5. 
       Lignin-Polysaccharide Complexes -- 7. Extractives -- 7.1. 
       Importance -- 7.2. Extractives of Softwood -- 7.3. 
       Extractives of Hardwood -- 7.4. Extractives from Foliage, 
       Buds and Fruits -- 7.5. Inorganic Components -- 7.6. pH 
       Values -- 8. Distribution of the Components within the 
       Wood Cell Wall -- 8.1. Estimation and Calculation -- 8.2. 
       Determination of the Lignin Distribution -- 8.3. 
       Determination of the Polysaccharide Distribution -- 8.4. 
       Models of the Internal Cell Wall Structure -- 9. 
       Constituents of Bark -- 9.1. Anatomical Features -- 9.2. 
       Chemical Composition -- 10. Reactions in Acidic Medium -- 
       10.1. General Aspects of Wood Reactions -- 10.2. Reactions
       of Polysaccharides -- 10.3. Reactions of Lignin -- 11. 
       Reactions in Alkaline Medium -- 11.1. Reactions of 
       Polysaccharides -- 11.2. Reactions of Lignin -- 12. 
       Influence of Temperature -- 12.1. General Effects -- 12.2.
       Thermal Reactions -- 12.3. Structural Changes -- 12.4. 
       Changes of the Chemical Components -- 12.5. Carbonization 
       and Gasification -- 13. Degradation by Light and Ionizing 
       Rays 
505 8  13.1. Changes Initiated by Light -- 13.2. Changes 
       Initiated by Ionizing Rays -- 14. Microbial and Enzymatic 
       Degradation -- 14.1. Importance of Enzymatic Reactions -- 
       14.2. Wood-Destroying Organisms -- 14.3. Characterization 
       of Enzymes -- 14.4. Decay by Brown-rot Fungi and Action of
       Glycanhydrolases -- 14.5. Decay by White-rot Fungi and 
       Action of Ligninolytic Enzymes -- 14.6. Decay by Soft-rot 
       Fungi -- 14.7. Effects of Blue-stain Fungi -- 14.8. 
       Bacterial Attack -- 15. Aging and Fossilization -- 15.1. 
       Kinds of Conversion -- 15.2. Structural Studies -- 15.3. 
       Chemical Investigations -- 16. Pulping Processes -- 16.1. 
       Introductory Survey -- 16.2. Mechanical Pulping -- 16.3. 
       Semichemical Pulping -- 16.4. Alkaline Chemical Pulping --
       16.5. Sulfite Chemical Pulping -- 16.6. Unconventional 
       Pulping -- 16.7. Bleaching of Pulps -- 17. Derivatives of 
       Cellulose -- 17.1. The Various Kinds of Cellulose 
       Derivatives -- 17.2. Cellulosates and Alkali-Celluloses --
       17.3. Cellulose Esters -- 17.4. Cellulose Ethers -- 17.5. 
       Graft Copolymers of Cellulose -- 18. Utilization of Wood 
       and Wood Components for Chemicals and Energy -- 18.1. 
       Introductory Remarks -- 18.2. Thermal Degradation -- 18.3.
       Wood Saccharification -- 18.4. Chemical Products from 
       Cellulose -- 18.5. Utilization of Polyoses -- 18.6. 
       Utilization of Technical Lignins -- 18.7. Utilization of 
       Extractives -- Subject Index -- Species Index (Wood, 
       Plants) -- Species Index (Bacteria, Fungi) 
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