Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 15, Issue 1, pp 60–66 | Cite as

Dioxane lignins of kenaf bast and tow

  • G. N. Dalimova
  • A. A. Geronikaki
  • E. N. Yanishevskaya
  • Kh. A. Abduazimov
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Summary

1. Dioxane lignins have been isolated from the outer (bast) and inner (tow) parts of kenaf of the variety Uzbekskii 15–74, and the semiempirical formulas of the phenylpropane structural units of these dioxanes have been calculated on the basis of elementary and functional analyses.

2. It has been shown by measurements of molecular-weight distribution that the DLAKK was more polydisperse than the DLALK.

3. A study of the products of alkaline nitrobenzene oxidation and of decomposition by metallic sodium in liquid ammonia has shown that the DLAKK and DLALK were constructed of p-coumaryl, guaiacyl, and syringyl structural units, with the latter predominating.

Keywords

Sodium Ammonia Organic Chemistry Functional Analysis Dioxane 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. N. Dalimova
  • A. A. Geronikaki
  • E. N. Yanishevskaya
  • Kh. A. Abduazimov

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