Title: Advancing Raman spectroscopy for lignin applications
Author: Agarwal, Umesh P.
Source: Proceedings, 4th ISETPP, research progress in paper industry and biorefinery, 2010 November 8-11, Guangzhou, China. Guangzhou, China : South China University of Technology Press, 2010: p. 319-322: ISBN: 9787900759122.
Description: Over the last 25 years, lignin applications of Raman spectroscopy have come a long way. This article provides a brief overview of the advances in the field of lignin. The paper heavily draws on author’s own research although where appropriate examples are included from published work of other researchers. It is emphasized that the developments in Raman instrumentation along with applications of various sub-techniques and effects have made Raman spectroscopy a versatile and user-friendly method for lignin research.
Keywords: Raman spectroscopy, wood chemistry, lignin, spectrum analysis, chemical composition, spectroscopy, fluorescence, scientific apparatus, scientific instruments, measuring instruments, near infrared spectroscopy, ultraviolet radiation, milled-wood lignin, review article
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Agarwal, Umesh P. 2010. Advancing Raman spectroscopy for lignin applications. In: Proceedings, 4th ISETPP, research progress in paper industry and biorefinery, 2010 November 8-11, Guangzhou, China. Guangzhou, China : South China University of Technology Press, 2010: p. 319-322: ISBN: 9787900759122.
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