Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 26, Issue 5, pp 584–587 | Cite as

Kinetics of the hydrolysis of woody-fibrous mass

  • V. A. Strel'skii
  • T. P. Belova
  • M. L. Skandrova


The possibility has been shown of obtaining fodder additives by the hydrolysis of woody-fibrous mass with dilute sulfuric acid solutions. The kinetics of hydrolysis have been studied, a calculation has been made of the effective rate constants of hydrolysis of the polysaccharide part of the woody-fibrous mass, and the range of variation of the effective activation energy of the process has been determined.


Furfural Sulfuric Acid Solution Hydrolysis Time Effective Activation Energy Effective Rate Constant 


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  • V. A. Strel'skii
  • T. P. Belova
  • M. L. Skandrova

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