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Improvement of Forest Resources for Recyclable Forest Products

Edited by Ona, T. 
Springer  2004  



Hardcover  XI, 188 pp, 118 illus  ISBN 9784431202509      £99.00
The forests of the earth are not only the source of a wealth of products such as timber, pulp, and charcoal, but are also of great importance in the absorption of carbon dioxide. Therefore, it takes little consideration to understand the dangers of overexploitation caused by economic development and population growth. With an eye on forest conservation and increasing carbon dioxide fixation, exploration of the extension of product life and the expansion of product recycling plays an important role in the sustainable utilization of forest products. To that end, technology must be developed both to make use of and to preserve the forests. The arguments put forward in this book are broad and diverse, but the contributors have a common goal - the sustainable exploitation of forest resources in tandem with a greater awareness of the environment. This approach is sure to be valuable to all those who are concerned with making the best possible use of the world's forest resources.

Contents

Preface.- Chapter 1 Tree Selection: Overview of the Project "Development of Forest Resources with High Performance for Paper Recycling"; Near Infrared Spectroscopy: A Tool for the Rapid Estimation of Wood Properties; Forest Diversity and Pulp Quality: Some Tools for Wooden Raw Material Strategies for the Pulp and Paper Industry; Feasibility Study of Tree Selection for High Pulp Yield, Brightness and Recyclable Chemithermomechanical Paper Production Using Eucalyptus globulus; Toward the Construction of Efficient Link Between Forest Recycling and Paper Recycling Using Trees with High Performance for Paper Recycling.- Chapter 2 Pulp and Paper Recycling: Chemical Aspects of Photo-Yellowing of High-yield Pulps; Production of High Brightness CTMP from Eucalyptus globulus and Their Light-Induced Color Reversion; Characterization of Photo-Yellowing Trigger Compounds Repressing Paper Recyclability of Eucalyptus globulus by Pyrolysis-GC/MS; Fiber Properties and Papermaking Potential of Recycled Acacia Pulp; The Impact of Chemical Composition of Pulp Fiber Cell Wall on Paper Recycling Potential of Fibers; Limitation of Fiber Fractionation-Refining Process to Improve Paper Strength Using Recycled OCC Pulp; Refining to What Extent Could Contribute to Restoring the Strength Properties of OCC Pulp.- Chapter 3 Anatomical Aspects: Formation and Structure of Reaction Wood Fibers Forming No G-Layer in Some Hardwood Species; Radial Variation of Cell Morphology in Three Acacia Species; Within-Tree Variation of Detailed Fiber Morphology and Its Position Representing the Whole-Tree Value in Eucalyptus camaldulensis and E. globulus; Within-Tree Variation of Vessel Morphology and Frequency and Representative Heights for Estimating the Whole-Tree Values in Eucalyptus camaldulensis and E. globulus; Representative Heights Assessing Whole-Tree Values and the Within-Tree Variations of Derived Wood Properties in Eucalyptus camaldulensis and E. globulus; Rapid Assessment of Vessel Morphology by Pyrolysis-gas Chromatography; Assessment of Vessel Anatomical Feature in Eucalyptus camaldulensis by Pyrolysis-Gas Chromatography.- Chapter 4 Chemical Aspects: Rapid Characterization of Total Fatty Acids in Wood by Reactive Thermal Desorption-Gas Chromatography with Tetrabutylammonium Hydroxide; Effect of Deuterium Exchange in Lignin on Its Structural Analysis Using FT-Raman Spectroscopy; Direct Analysis of Condensed Tannins in Bark by Matrix-assisted Laser Desorption/Ionization Mass Spectrometry Combined with Solid Sample Preparation; Tannin and Related Polyphenolic Components from Tropical Tree Spcies; Characterization of Natural Resin Shellac by Reactive Pyrolysis- Gas Chromatography; Conversion Pattern of Lignocellulosics in the Phase-Separation System.- Chapter 5 Physical Aspects: An Essay on the Fine Structure of the Wood Cell Wall Related to the Physical Properties of the Recycled Paper; Wood Qualities of Some Tropical Plantation Species - Does Hastening the Growth Debase the Quality? -; Research on Efficient Use of Forest Products - Engineering Evaluation of Good Tactile Warmth for Wood -.- Chapter 6 Biochemical Aspects: Possible Effects of Properties in Polyphenol Oxidases on Rooting Ability of Eucalyptus camaldulensis Cutting Shoots; Stable Isotope Tracer Experiments Give Strong Evidence Supporting a Controversial Pathway in Lignin Biosynthesis; Characterization of Potassium Channel from Arabidopsis thaliana; A New Combination Device Comprised of Surface Plasmon Resonance and Fluorescence Microscopy for a Rapid Screening of Anticancer Phenolic Compounds; The Feasibility of a Biotest Battery Applicability to Construct an Early Warning System for Leachate from Solid Wastes and Recycled Materials.- List of Authors.

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