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Complexing agents

Subproject of: FLIPPR-II Future Lignin and Pulp Processing Research - II (FLIPPR-II)

Project Leader
Rosenau Thomas, Project Leader
Duration:
01.04.2017-31.03.2021
Programme:
COMET - K-Projekte
Type of Research
Applied Research
Staff
BOKU Research Units
Division of Chemistry of Renewable Resources
Funded by
Austrian Research Promotion Agency, Sensengasse 1, 1090 Wien, Austria
Abstract
It is the main aim of the project to replace the conventionally used complexing agents (mainly EDTA and DTPA) by alternatives that are covalently linked to the fiber and remain with the pulp through processing. For this purpose, new, linkable complexing agents have to be developed, their binding to cellulose and their complexation behaviour is to be studied as well as the properties of the modified pulp side stream and the properties of the resulting bulk pulp.
Keywords
Renewable resources;
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