Lignocellulosic materials and the products made therefrom

Paper making and fiber liberation – Processes of chemical liberation – recovery or purification... – Treatment with particular chemical

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C162S078000, C162S079000

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08007635

ABSTRACT:
A process comprising treating a lignocellulosic material preferably pulp in the presence of a transition metal catalyst with a oxidizing agent selected from a group consisting of hydrogen peroxide, hypochlorite, hypochlorous acid and any combination thereof to form a treated lignocellulosic material having a viscosity equal to or less than about 17 cp and having reducing functional groups selected from the group consisting of aldehyde and aldehyde type functional groups at the C6 and C1 positions but predominating at the C1 position.

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