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祝贺徐继坤博士在Industrial Crops & Products发表学术论文

祝贺徐继坤博士在Industrial Crops & Products发表学术论文

The integration of different pretreatments and ionic liquid processing of eucalyptus: Hemicellulosic products and regenerated cellulose fibers, Jikun Xu, Huijie Hou, Bingchuan Liu, Jingping Hu*, Industrial Crops & Products, 2017, 101, 11-20 (全文:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.indcrop.2017.02.038 (http://dx NULL.doi NULL.org/10 NULL.1016/j NULL.indcrop NULL.2017 NULL.02 NULL.038)

Highlights

???? Pretreatments and ionic liquid wet-spinning of eucalyptus for regenerated fibers.
???? The isolation and conversion of hemicelluloses during pretreatments were surveyed.
???? The structure of alkali-soluble hemicelluloses was D-Glc p-4-OMe-d-glucurono-d-xylan.
???? The xylooligosaccharides formation by hot water and acid pretreatments was studied.
???? The filament cellulose fibers showed smooth morphology and good mechanical property.

论文摘要Abstract

The integrated biorefinery of woody biomass for the synthesis of cellulose materials and hemicellulosic products is nowadays considered attractive towards a sustainable standpoint. The effects of alkaline, hydrothermal and acidic pretreatments on the preparation of regenerated cellulose fibers from eucalyptus via ionic liquid wet-spinning, and the isolation and conversion of hemicelluloses using different pretreatments were explored. The structure of alkali-soluble hemicelluloses via 5% sodium hydroxide extraction was deduced to be D-Glc p-4-O-methyl-d-glucurono-d-xylan. The xylooligosaccharides (XOS, DP 2–6) yields by hydrothermal (180?°C, 30?min) and 0.25?mol/L dilute sulphric acid (90?°C, 1?h) pretreatments were 37.30 and 52.12?mg/g respectively, and the main XOS productions were xylobiose (11.19–15.68?mg/g) and xylotriose (10.03–11.63?mg/g). The isolated cellulose could be completely dissolved in 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium acetate ([bmim]OAc) and the chemical conformation of the regenerated fibers was similar to cellulose II. The viscosity of the spinning dopes, the morphology, molecular weights and mechanical strength of the fibers were highly dependent on the type of pretreatments. The multifilament fibers exhibited a smooth morphology and good mechanical property (1.55–2.01 cN/dtex) being close to commercial viscose rayon. The conversion of hemicelluloses to value-added products was achieved via different pretreatments in conjugation with cellulose spinning process.