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Oxidation of cotton cellulose as measured by change in the primary hydroxyl group.

Mildred Neustel Starr

Oxidation of cotton cellulose as measured by change in the primary hydroxyl group.

by Mildred Neustel Starr

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cotton -- Testing.,
  • Cellulose.

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 30 leaves,
    Number of Pages30
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16826254M

    For these reasons cotton fiber is often used as a natural cellulosic fiber material to study the structure of cellulose and various chemical properties. 2,2,6,6-tetramethyl piperidineoxyl radical (TEMPO), having a weak oxidizing ability, has a good selectivity to primary hydroxyl oxidation for polysaccharides (De Nooy ,a; Chang ). Surface carboxylated cellulose nanocrystals with different sizes and degrees of oxidation were prepared by TEMPO-mediated oxidation of cotton linters and microfibrils of parenchyma cell cellulose (PCC). The size of the oxidized crystals depended on (i) the starting material, (ii) an eventual acid prehydrolysis, and (iii) the oxidation by:

    Some intermediates were identified during the course of non-catalytic wet air oxidation (WAO) of cellulose. Concentrations of by-products were determined in function of temperature and reaction time. This study also showed that hydroxyl radicals (HO*) and hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) play the role of intermediates in the initial phase of the Cited by:   Hemostatic effects of oxidized regenerated cellulose (ORC) are well-known but its mechanism has never been demonstrated clearly. Since thrombus formation is a kind of surface phenomenon, we changed the morphology of cellulose to form a kind of membrane with ionic liquid as solution, and also we prepared ORC films with nitrogen dioxide(NO2)/carbon tetrachloride(CCl4) oxidation Cited by:

      The presence of 3 hydroxyl groups on each β-d-anhydroglucopyranose repeat unit of cellulose (French ) brings about intramolecular, intermolecular and hydrophobic forces that must be overcome, usually by any method that induces fibre swelling, in order to open up the cellulose structure and more easily liberate the nano-sized fibrils within Cited by: However, as you can see in the diagram below (ignoring the sulfonation step which is irrelevant to the question), this is not the case with cellulose. Why is the branched alcohol not also oxidised? Is it to do with it being a primary alcohol? Further to this, the oxidation .


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Oxidation of cotton cellulose as measured by change in the primary hydroxyl group by Mildred Neustel Starr Download PDF EPUB FB2

Mario Pagliaro, Autocatalytic oxidations of primary hydroxyl groups of cellulose in phosphoric acid with halogen oxides, Carbohydrate Research, (), (). Crossref Arie C. Besemer and Herman van Bekkum, The Relation between Calcium Sequestering Capacity and Oxidation Degree of Dicarboxy‐Starch and Dicarboxy‐Inulin, Starch Cited by: The difference between cellulose and CS is reflected that C2 is connected with hydroxy groups in cellulose, but is connected with primary amino groups in CS (the degree of deacetylation was 95% or higher).

So the laccase–TEMPO system can also oxidise the C6 hydroxyl group of the chitooligomer into carboxyl group (in theory).Cited by: The oxidation of primary hydroxyl groups occurs only on the surfaces of fibrils in cellulose fibers, and this regioselective oxidation probably resulted in such specific water-absorption behavior without any significant changes in the fibrous morphology (Saito et al., ).

Introducing a refining step before the enzymatic treatment decreased Cited by: 2,2,6,6-Tetramethylpiperidineoxyl radical (TEMPO) can selectively oxidize primary hydroxyl groups of cellulose to carboxyl groups.

However, the depolymerization also occurs during the process. The relation between pH of sodium hypochlorite solutions and the amount of oxygen consumed at 30°C.

by cotton in presence of ferrous hydroxide and a number of vat dyes belonging to different chemical structural groups, is by: 3. THE rate of oxidation of cellulose by dilute solutions of sodium hypochlorite has been shown to be accelerated if certain vat dyes are also present in Cited by: 1. tial periodate oxidation of cellulose leads to polymers having aldehyde groups in addition to the primary and secondary hydroxyl groups, which broadens the range of applications of cellulose, as well as cotton fibers [13,14].

The most pure natural form of cellulose is cot-ton. Cotton fibers are one of the most important types. modify primary hydroxyl group [5]. Very recently, a mild and an efficient method for oxidation of primary OH groups in alcohols in ionic liquid media have been reported [ 6].

of accessible negative fiber groups. One method to achieve this desire is oxidation on the surface fibers. Nitroxides, NO2 and N2O4 have been used for the selective oxidation of primary hydroxyl group of cellulose [3].

NaNO2 and NaNO3 are other selective reagents for oxidation of OH group bonded at C6. Introduction. Oxidation of cellulose using sodium metaperiodate has been extensively investigated in the literature, since it leads to selective cleavage at the C-2 and C-3 vicinal hydroxyl groups to yield a product with 2,3-dialdehyde units along the polymer chain.The latter is an important functional polymer for further derivatisation to specialized products, such as 2,3 Cited by:   (1) The measurement of oxidation potential of dilute solutions of sodium hypochlorite has been carried out at 30° C.

by a method used successfully by various investigators. (2) The values of the oxidation potential at 30° C. are higher than those at 20° C. The differences in the potentials become more and more marked with reduction in the pH of the hypochlorite solution.

(3) A correction of Cited by: 3. The Oxidation of Cotton Cellulose by Solutions of Potassium Permanganate in the Presence of a Reduced Vat Dye. Mehta. Department of Textile Chemistry College of Technology Manchester.

Search for more papers by this author. by: 1. Wet air oxidation (WAO) is another effective and extensively used industrial oxidation process to treat a variety of hazardous wastes and heavily polluted is the oxidation of soluble or suspended oxidizable materials by using oxygen in aqueous phase, at high temperature (–°C) and high pressure (5–20 MPa).In the ideal case, oxidation of organic compounds would Cited by: The carboxyl group gives the same frequency, for example, cm-1 in formic acid, and this is assigned to the C--OH vibra- tion [8]; consequently the increase in the intensity of the cm-1 band can be explained by an insrease in the number of carboxyl groups in the irradiated cellulose.

O.B. ZAPOLSKII The changes in the spectra of the Cited by: 1. Oxidation of cellulose fibers mediated by nonpersistent nitroxyl radicals. The patterns of CP/MAS 13 C‐NMR spectra revealed that the oxidation occurred at the C6 primary hydroxyl groups of cellulose. Notably, as a result of the introduction of hydrophilic carboxylate groups, the water retention values of the oxidized fibers increased by Cited by: Mechanism of the oxidative degradation of cellulose in alkaline media—II.

Mechanism of the oxidation of cellulose in an alkaline medium by oxygen. Polymer Science U.S.S.R. 6 (9), DOI: /(64) G.J. by: ACCELERATED OXIDATION OF COTTON CELLULOSE IN PRESENCE OF REDUCING SUBSTANCES--PART III BY G.

Josm AND G. NABAR, (From the Department of Chemical Techno'logy, University of Bombay) Received October 9, INTRODUCTION MHATRE, NABAR AND VYAS I have investigated the accelerated oxidation of.

Oxidation of the Primary Hydroxyl Group in Purified Cotton Cellulose with Acidified Solution of Sodium Chlorite. Holzforschung26 (3), DOI: /hfsg R.

Feller. Notes on the Chemistry of Bleaching. IT is well known that when dyed cellulose fabrics are printed with pastes containing the reducing agent sodium sulphoxylate formaldehyde, and steamed, in order to produce a Cited by: 1.

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1. The oxidation with nitrogen oxides of primary hydroxyl groups in the openglucopyranoside ring of the cellulose macromolecule was investigated. The typical reaction of the oxidation of the primary hydroxyl groups in the anhydroglucose unit is inhibited to a considerable extent in open glucopyranoside rings.

2. The selective oxidation with nitrogen oxides of the OH group Author: N. Ya. Lenshina, V. S. Ivanova, V. I. Ivanov.The cellulose nanocrystal (CNC) surface was modified using 2,2,6,6-tetramethylpiperidineoxyl radical (TEMPO)-mediated oxidation to introduce the carboxyl group at C6 primary alcohol.Conversion of 1,2-dihydroxyl groups to dialdehyde by periodate oxidation is a useful method of derivatizing polysaccharides but has not been extensively utilized in derivatization of cellulose because of complicacy due to the crystalline nature of cellulose.

To understand the influence of cellulose crystallinity on this reaction, we investigated how the periodate oxidation proceeds with a Cited by: