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Thermolytic reactions of cellulose. I. Dehydration reactions of cellulose

M. Košík, I. Šurina, L. Lapčík, I. Rúčka, and V. Reiser

Department of Textile, Pulp, and Paper, Slovak Technical University, CS-812 37Bratislava


Abstract:  Thermolytic reactions of cellulose have been studied by methods of thermal analysis and by the GC—MS analysis of products obtained from these reactions. It has been found that both 3,6-anhydride of D-glucose and l,4:3,6-dianhydro-α-D-glucopyranose are formed during heating of cellulose in the temperature range 200—300 °C. It has been concluded that the dehydration reactions proceeding at that range of temperature lead to the dehydropolysaccharides formation. 3,6-Dehydration is supposed to be one of the possible dehydration reactions, which take place during heating of cellulose polymers.

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Chemical Papers 37 (6) 843–850 (1983)

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