Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 33, Issue 5, pp 587–589 | Cite as

Electrohydraulic effect in water-plant heterodisperse systems. IV. Alkaline hydrolysis of a solid residue

  • G. N. Dalimova


The alkaline hydrolysis of plant material subjected to electrohydraulic shock leads to an increase in the yield of phenolcarboxylic acids. This may be a consequence of the cleavage of ester and ether bonds in the lignins of the samples investigated.


Ether Ester Organic Chemistry Plant Material Solid Residue 
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