A study of the structure of kenaf lignins by alkaline nitrobenzene oxidation
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1. The nitrobenzene oxidation of the natural lignins of kenaf stems and of DLA fractions has been performed. A study of the oxidation products by gas-liquid chromatography has shown that the kenaf lignins are constructed of three types of structural units: p-coumaryl, guaiacyl, and syringyl, with the latter predominating.
2. Among the products of the nitrobenzene oxidation of fractions of kenaf dioxane lignin paper chromatography has shown the presence of dihydrodivanillin, which is a representative of structures with a biphenyl bond.
KeywordsVanillin Syringyl Syringaldehyde Natural Lignin Nitrobenzene Oxidation
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