Influence of amines on the change in the spectral properties of alkaline solutions of soda lignin and the transformation of sulfate cellulose on photoirradiation
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It has been shown that in the irradiation with light of alkaline solutions of soda lignin and suspensions of sulfate cellulose additions of ethylenediamine, monoethanolamine, and hydrazine lead to a decrease in the optical density in the visible region of the absorption spectra of the samples studied.
KeywordsCellulose Hydrazine Alkaline Solution Monoethanolamine Exciting Light
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