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Autocausticization 994

Autohydrolysis 326

Automation, wood yard operations 95

autoxidation, oxygen 644–645

Average crystallite length 1263

Average moisture content, green wood 125

Avoidance of waste, waste strategy 1192

Avrami-Erofeev’s concept, nuclei growth 679

AX 285–286

– arabinoglucuronoxylan 251–252, 276

– arabinoxylan 198, 211, 215

– dissolution in CBC process 284

– 4-O-methylglucuronoarabinoxylan 110,

186–188, 226

– removal in CBC process 286

Index

Axial concentration profile

– Kazi and Chornet diffusion model of

Impregnation 153

– numerical solution of diffusion equation

162–163

Axial impregnation, NaOH concentration

Profile 154

Axial parenchyma

– hardwoods 54

– softwoods 51

Axial velocity profile, hydrocyclone 581

AZP sequence 949

b

B.I.R. see Bureau International de la

Recuperation

Baldcypress, average moisture content 125

Balsam fir, chemical composition of wood 23

Bamboo fibers, cell dimensions and chemical

Composition 4

BAR see benzilic acid rearrangement

Bark

– lignins 33

– selective removal 593

Bark and chips, waste generation 105

Bark cells 1076

Barrier separation 563

base flow, hydrocyclone 579–580

basic statistics, recovered paper 1165–1176

Basidiomycetes, alternative bleaching

Methods 886

Bast fibers, cell dimensions and chemical

Composition 4

Batch cooking

– comparison of results 274–295

– equipment in comparison to continuous

Cooking 366

– standard 229–234

– technology and equipment 367–376

batch digesters 367–368

Bauer-McNett apparatus, fiber fractionation

Beating, pulp 1281

Beating resistance, pulp 1011

Beech, chemical composition 360, 451

– density and void volume 128

– Visbatch® process conditions 365

– viscosity–H-factor relationship 452

Beech acid sulfite dissolving pulp 806

– drying conditions 1056

Beech magnesium acid sulfite cook

– carbohydrate derived components as

Function of H-factor 447

– cellulose, R10/R18 and H-factor 442

– b- and c-cellulose as function of H-factor

– COOH and xylan content 441

– dissolved wood components and

Degradation products 446

– H-factor–SO2 amount relation 435

– pulp composition 439

– residual xylan–H-factor relation 444

– wood component yield 438

Beech sulfite cooks, pulp and spent liquor

Compositions 448

Beech sulfite dissolving pulp

– alkalization 938

– degree of crystallinity 1042

– differential MWD 845, 1040

– PZ-treatment 1040

– ZP-treatment 1039

Beechwood

– carbohydrates and xylose concentration in

Prehydrolysis 336

– composition 330

– kinetic parameters for prehydrolysis weightloss

– water prehydrolysis wood yield temporal

Development 331

– see also Fagus sylvatica

Beechwood acid magnesium bisulfite pulping,

HSO3

––H-factor relation 460

Beechwood acid sulfite cooking, wood

components degradation 437–449

Beechwood sulfite dissolving pulp,

viscosity–extinction 433



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