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Thermal modification of African alpine bamboo

Within the temperature range from 160 to 220  $$^\circ $$ ∘ C, an increase of 20 K doubled the mass loss of thermally modified African alpine bamboo ( Yushania alpina ). It reflected the decomposition of hemicelluloses and correlated with the deterioration of impact resistance. The treatment tempera... Full description

Journal Title: European Journal of Wood and Wood Products 2016, Vol.74(6), pp.901-903
Main Author: Starke, Robert
Other Authors: Rosenthal, Michael , Bues, Claus-Thomas , Bremer, Martina , Fischer, Steffen
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Language: English
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ID: ISSN: 0018-3768 ; E-ISSN: 1436-736X ; DOI: 10.1007/s00107-016-1092-4
Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00107-016-1092-4
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title: Thermal modification of African alpine bamboo
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  • Rosenthal, Michael
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  • Wood Science & Technology
  • Ceramics, Glass, Composites, Natural Methods
  • Operating Procedures, Materials Treatment
  • Engineering
  • Forestry
ispartof: European Journal of Wood and Wood Products, 2016, Vol.74(6), pp.901-903
description: Within the temperature range from 160 to 220  $$^\circ $$ ∘ C, an increase of 20 K doubled the mass loss of thermally modified African alpine bamboo ( Yushania alpina ). It reflected the decomposition of hemicelluloses and correlated with the deterioration of impact resistance. The treatment temperatures had a stronger effect than the time of modification.
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abstractWithin the temperature range from 160 to 220  $$^\circ $$ ∘ C, an increase of 20 K doubled the mass loss of thermally modified African alpine bamboo ( Yushania alpina ). It reflected the decomposition of hemicelluloses and correlated with the deterioration of impact resistance. The treatment temperatures had a stronger effect than the time of modification.
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