a-cellulose

α-cellulose

[¦al·fə ′sel·yə‚lōs]
(organic chemistry)
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The last stage of degradation occurred at the temperature range of 340380[degrees]C which indicates the degradation of a-cellulose from the fibre.
fibre, the first stage of thermal degradation is occurred between 40-1000C due to the release of moisture content from the fibre, between 200-2600C the second stage of thermal degradation is occurred which was associated to the degradation of hemicelluloses and lignin of the fibre, and the third stage of thermal degradation was occurred between the temperature range of 320-3800C which was due to the degradation of a-cellulose from the fibre.
fibre, the initial stage of degradation occurred between the temperature 200-260[degrees]C which was attributed due to the elimination of moisture content from the fibre, the second stage of degradation occurred between 330-380[degrees]C due to the decomposition of hemicelluloses and lignin and the final stage of degradation takes place between 400-430[degrees]C which was related to the degradation of a-cellulose from the fibre.
A total of 1,680 abalone were randomly distributed among 24 containers (70 per container) and fed one of eight diets, including seven experimental diets containing different types of carbohydrates, including dextrin (DT), glucose (GC), corn starch (CS), a-cellulose (CL), maltose (MT), sucrose (SC), and wheat flour (WF), and Undaria to compare effect of experimental diets.
KEY WORDS: abalone, Haliotis discus, carbohydrate source, dextrin, glucose, corn starch, a-cellulose, maltose, sucrose, wheat flour
glucose (GC), corn starch (CR), a-cellulose (CL), maltose (MT), sucrose (SC), and wheat flour (WF).
This removal can be seen in Table 3, which shows the reducing of lignin and hemicelluloses content and increase of cellulose, holocellulose and a-cellulose.
Keywords: a-cellulose sugarcane bagasse and scraping physicochemical properties disintegrant release properties.
Preliminary investigation of physicochemical and functional properties of a-celluloses obtained from waste paper a potential pharmaceutical excipient.
Scouring (NaOH concentration [less than] 10%) is a purifying treatment of cotton a-cellulose, removing impurities such as waxes, pectins, hemi-celluloses, and mineral salts.
The chemical compositions of the fiber are a-Cellulose 53.