By Glenn Fuller, Thomas A. McKeon, Donald D. Bills
content material: Nonfood items from agricultural assets / Glenn Fuller, Thomas A. McKeon, and Donald D. debts --
Acid-catalyzed hydrolysis of lignocellulosic fabrics / Michael H. Penner, Andrew G. Hashimoto, Alireza Esteghlalian, and John J. Fenske --
stronger cotton textiles from usage examine / B.A. Kottes Andrews and Robert M. Reinhardt --
stable substrate fermentation within the construction of enzyme advanced for better jute processing / B.J.B. wooden, B.L. Ghosh, and S.N. Sinha --
maintenance and tanning of animal hides : the making of leather-based and its research by means of the U.S. division of Agriculture / William N. Marmer --
Biopolymers from fermentation / W.F. Fett, S.F. Osman, M.L. Fishman, and ok. Ayyad --
Microcellular starch-based foams / G.M. Glenn, R.E. Miller, and D.W. Irving --
fit for human consumption motion pictures for the extension of shelf lifetime of frivolously processed agricultural items / A.E. Pavlath, D.S.W. Wong, J. Hudson, and G.H. Robertson --
Biodegradable polymers from agricultural items / John M. Krochta and Cathérine L.C. De Mulder-Johnston --
Advances in substitute normal rubber creation / Katrina Cornish and Deborah J. Siler --
Genetic amendment of oilseed plants to provide oils and fat for business makes use of / Thomas A. McKeon, Jiann-Tsyh Lin, Marta Goodrich-Tanrikulu, and Allan Stafford --
crops as resources of gear / A. Douglas Kinghorn and Eun-Kyoung website positioning --
program of transgenic vegetation as construction platforms for prescription drugs / G.D. may well, H.S. Mason, and %. Lyons --
Human plasma proteins from transgenic animal bioreactors / R.K. Paleyanda, W.H. Velander, T.K. Lee, R. Drews, F.C. Gwazdauskas, J.W. Knight, W.N. Drohan, and H. Lubon --
threat in bioenergy vegetation : ameliorating organic probability by utilizing biotechnology and phytochemistry / B.H. McCown, K.F. Raffa, K.W. Kleiner, and D.D. Ellis --
Sugar beet and sugarcane as renewable assets / Margaret A. Clarke and Leslie A. Edye --
items from vegetable oils : examples / Marvin O. Bagby.
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This mechanism limits successful crosslinking to those acids containing three or more non-sterically hindered carboxylic acid groups. The two polycarboxylic acids of commercial interest for the process are cis-l,2,3,4-butanetetracarboxylic acid (BTCA) and citric acid (CA), shown in Figure 2. BTCA, because of its tetrafunctionality, is one of the most efficient cellulose crosslinkers; however, a major drawback to its use is cost. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1996.
Chemicalfixationof a water-soluble precondensate of THPC and amides with ammonia and/or ammonium hydroxide improved the degree of flame retardancy by the additional nitrogen content in the finish (36, 37). The THPC precondensate treatment using ammonia gas to polymerize the precondensate in the fiber represents the largest commercial use of flame retardants in the U. S. today. This is a direct development from SRRC. The mechanism of the phosphorus-based flame retardantfinisheson cotton is very complex and has been summarized in a series of papers (38-41).
BTCA, because of its tetrafunctionality, is one of the most efficient cellulose crosslinkers; however, a major drawback to its use is cost. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1996. AGRICULTURAL MATERIALS AS RENEWABLE RESOURCES Ο Λ H-CN NCH w Ο Ο 3 Η Η Figure 1. Reaction product of dimethylurea and glyoxal, 4,5-dihydroxy-l,3dimethyl-2-imidazolidinone. H C - COOH 2 H C - COOH 2 I I HOC - COOH I H C - COOH 2 HC - COOH I HC - COOH I H C - COOH ch003 2 CITRIC ACID BTCA Figure 2.