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By Kenji Kamide

Many hugely acclaimed and authoritative books on polymer technological know-how are likely to specialize in artificial polymers. Cellulose and Cellulose Derivatives is the 1st authoritative publication at the topic. It examines contemporary advancements, with specific connection with cellulose (in aqueous alkali) and cellulose acetate. filled with examples, the writer takes an in-depth examine the subject, utilizing the main trustworthy experimental facts on hand. A accomplished method of the basic rules of cellulose and its derivatives in resolution makes Cellulose and Cellulose Derivatives perfect examining for newbies in addition to skilled cellulose scientists. * Outlines the theoretical basics of cellulose and cellulose derivatives* offers accomplished and trustworthy experimental leads to figures and tables * hugely illustrated and straightforward to learn

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46) sample by the hydrolysis reaction and, accordingly, acetyl groups can be evenly hydrolyzed with respect to different glucopyranose units. 49) sample are expected to split exactly into three peaks. ^ Numbers denote the position of carbon atoms to which a substituted hydroxyl groups is attached, constituting glucopyranose units. Numbers in circles denote the position of carbonyl carbon atoms. Numbers with a bar denote the position of carbon atoms, to which 0-acetyl group is attached. 49) sample in DMSO-de.

Thus, we can conclude that a one-to-one correspondence exists between the acetyl methyl proton peak and the carbonyl carbon peak as follows: A —• a, C —^ d, and D —• c. 92)/DMSO-J6 system at 100 °C. 4, we can also confirm the close correlation between A —^ a, C —* d, and D —• c peaks. 4 leads us to the conclusion that peak A correlates to peak a, peak C to peak d, and peak D to peak c. Combining the above experimental data with the proton assignment by Goodlett et al. 5. 3 DETERMINATION OF SUBSTITUENT GROUP °H,C.

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