Modified lignin with ion-exchange properties
Polyfunctional ion-exchangers were synthesized by heterophase amination of α-oxide derivatives of hydrolyzed lignin with aliphatic di-and polyamines. Optimal conditions for their preparation were determined. Certain physicochemical properties were studied.
Key wordslignin α-oxide derivative polyamines amination ion-exchanger static exchange capacity
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