Open Access Medical Books



Edited by Theo van de Ven and Louis Godbout .

376 pages . 
Open Access .
ISBN 978-953-51-1183-2 .

Cellulose is destined to play a major role in the emerging bioeconomy. Awareness of the environment and a depletion of fossil fuels are some of the driving forces for looking at forest biomaterials for an alternative source of energy, chemicals and materials. The importance of cellulose is widely recognized world-wide and as such the field of cellulose science is expanding exponentially. Cellulose, the most abundant biopolymer on earth, has unique properties which makes it an ideal starting point for transforming it into useful materials. To achieve this, a solid knowledge of cellulose is essential. As such this book on cellulose, the first in a series of three, is very timely. It deals with fundamental aspect of cellulose, giving the reader a good appreciation of the richness of cellulose properties. Book Cellulose – Fundamental Aspects is a good introduction to books Cellulose – Medical, Pharmaceutical and Electronic Applications and Cellulose – Biomass Conversion, in which applications of cellulose and its conversion to other materials are treated.

Theo van de Ven
Department of Chemistry at McGill University,
Louis Godbout
Academic Associate at McGill University Pulp and Paper Research Centre,


 1 Advanced-Microscopy Techniques for the Characterization of Cellulose Structure and Cellulose-Cellulase Interactions 1 Jose M. Moran-Mirabal

 2 Structural Characteristics and Thermal Properties of Native Cellulose 45 Matheus Poletto, Vinícios Pistor and Ademir J. Zattera

 3 Supra-Molecular Structure and Chemical Reactivity of Cellulose I Studied Using CP/MAS 13C-NMR 69 Viren Chunilall, Tamara Bush and Per Tomas Larsson

 4 Cellulosic Fibers: Role of Matrix Polysaccharides in Structure and Function 91 Polina Mikshina, Tatyana Chernova, Svetlana Chemikosova, Nadezhda Ibragimova, Natalia Mokshina and Tatyana Gorshkova

 5 Cellulose Microfibril Angle in Wood and Its Dynamic Mechanical Significance 113 Tamer A. Tabet and Fauziah Abdul Aziz

 6 Direct Dissolution of Cellulose: Background, Means and Applications 143 Carina Olsson and Gunnar Westman

 7 Rapid Dissolution of Cellulose in Ionic Liquid with Different Methods 179 Wu Lan, Chuan-Fu Liu, Feng-Xia Yue and Run-Cang Sun

 8 Electric Properties of Carboxymethyl Cellulose 197 Alexandar Metodiev Zhivkov

 9 Implications of Cellulose in Modeling the Behavior of Vegetal Additive Materials in Clay Based Ceramics: Technical and Archaeological Issues 227 Ferenc Kristály

 10 Removal of Excess Cellulose and Associated Polysaccharides in Fruit and Vegetable By-Products – Implication for Use in Feed for Monogastric Farm Animals 249 Annie King

 11 Cellulose Langmuir-Blodgett Films for Moisture and Gaseous Molecular Sensing System 269 Hiroyuki Kusano, Shin-ichi Kimura and Masahiko Kitagawa

 12 Analysis of Relaxation Behavior of Free Radicals in Irradiated Cellulose Using Pulse and Continuous-Wave Electron Spin Resonance 285 Hiromi Kameya and Mitsuko Ukai

 13 Structure - Properties Interrelationships in Multicomponent Solutions Based on Cellulose and Fibers Spun Therefrom 303 Ludmila Golova, Igor Makarov, Ludmila Kuznetsova, Elena Plotnikova and Valery Kulichikhin

 14 Cellulose Nanofibers and Its Applications for Resin Reinforcements 343 Mariko Yoshioka, Yoshiyuki Nishio, Satoru Nakamura, Yoshiyuki Kushizaki, Ryo Ishiguro, Toshiki Kabutomori, Takeo Imanishi and Nobuo Shiraishi .

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