Composition of Inorganic Components of Oat Husks and Products of Their Chemical and Enzymatic Transformation
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Samples of ash prepared from oat husks and products of their chemical and enzymatic processing in the bacterial nanocellulose production cycle were studied. Their elemental composition and content of the main substance, silicon dioxide, were determined, and the IR spectra and X-ray diffraction patterns were taken. The purest silica was prepared from the dry residue after enzymatic hydrolysis of the product of nitric acid treatment of oat husks, which allows comprehensive use of organic and inorganic components of the vegetable raw material.
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