мікрокристалічна целюлоза

Development of environmentally cleaner technologies for producing composite materials based on nanocellulose, microcrystalline and oxycellulose from domestic plant materials

It was found that cereal stems and industrial plant fibers contain more minerals than wood, which must be taken into account in the pulping process. The processes of cellulose production from stems and fibers of non-wood plant materials (NWPM) have been investigated with an ecologically safer organosolvent method of delignification using peracetic and performic acids. The influence of the main technological parameters of cooking on the quality indicators of theobtained pulp from NWPM is determined.

Development and application of new environmentally friendly technologies for producing of nanocellulose, products of chemical and pharmaceutical industries from non-woody plant materials

The influence of the basic technological parameters of traditional and organosolvent methods of cooking cellulose from stalks and fibers of non-wood plant material for its quality were investigated. The effect of alkaline extraction in quality microcrystalline cellulose from hemp fibers was determinated. The process of obtaining organosolvent hemp pulp was investigated. Depending quality parameters of microcrystalline cellulose to major technological factors was established. The technology of obtaining microcrystalline cellulose from hemp and flax fibers was developed.