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Title: Gas chromatographic analysis of chlorophenolic, resin and fatty acids in effluents from bleaching processes of agricultural residues
Authors: Sharma C.
Mohanty S.
Kumar S.
Rao N.J.
Published in: International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry
Abstract: The laboratory generated spent bleach liquor from the chlorination and caustic extraction stages of bagasse and wheat straw pulps have been analyzed both qualitatively and quantitatively for various chlorophenolics, resin and fatty acids using gas chromatography. A number of chlorinated derivatives of phenols, catechols, guaiacols, syringaldehydes, resin acids as well as unchlorinated saturated and unsaturated fatty and resin acids have been identified. The concentrations of various compounds identified have also been compared with the reported 96LC50 values.
Citation: International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry (1996), 64(4): 289-300
URI: https://doi.org/10.1080/03067319608028350
http://repository.iitr.ac.in/handle/123456789/13266
Issue Date: 1996
Publisher: Gordon & Breach Science Publ Inc, Newark
Keywords: agricultural residue
bleaching effluent
chlorophenolics
Gas chromatography
resin and fatty acids
ISSN: 3067319
Author Scopus IDs: 7202115183
7202570151
57197704041
55431867000
Author Affiliations: Sharma, C., Institute of Paper Technology, Saharanpur-247 001, India
Mohanty, S., Institute of Paper Technology, Saharanpur-247 001, India
Kumar, S., Institute of Paper Technology, Saharanpur-247 001, India
Rao, N.J., Institute of Paper Technology, Saharanpur-247 001, India
Funding Details: Financial assistance for this work was provided by Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), New Delhi, India.
Corresponding Author: Mohanty, S.; Inst. of Paper Technology (U.O.R.), Saharanpur-247 001, India
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