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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : SW / softwood

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2020 Sustainable Process for the Depolymerization/Oxidation of Softwood and Hardwood Kraft Lignins Using Hydrogen Peroxide under Ambient Conditions. HW, MW
2018 Low-temperature, Low-Energy, and High-Efficiency Pretreatment Technology for Large Wood Chips with a Redox Couple Catalyst. HW
2017 Thermal Degradation Kinetics of Sugarcane Bagasse and Soft Wood Cellulose. KAS, KGR, OFW, SCB
2016 Decomposition and carbon storage of hardwood and softwood branches in laboratory-scale landfills. BMPs, CSFs, HW, MSW
2016 Sorption of Pharmaceuticals, Heavy Metals, and Herbicides to Biochar in the Presence of Biosolids. WN
2016 VOCs Emissions from Multiple Wood Pellet Types and Concentrations in Indoor Air. HW, TVOCs, VOCs
2014 Anaerobic digestion of alkaline bleaching wastewater from a kraft pulp and paper mill using UASB technique. fTOC, HRTs, HW
2014 Chemical changes during anaerobic decomposition of hardwood, softwood, and old newsprint under mesophilic and thermophilic conditions. HW, ONP
2014 Enhancement of nanofibrillation of softwood cellulosic fibers by oxidation and sulfonation. ---
10  2013 Comparison for the compositions of fast and slow pyrolysis oils by NMR characterization. GPC, HSQC, PAH
11  2013 Decomposition of forest products buried in landfills. CC, CP, CSF, HOD, HW, MDF, NP, OC, OSB, PB, PW, VS
12  2013 Heavy metal and phenol adsorptive properties of biochars from pyrolyzed switchgrass and woody biomass in correlation with surface properties. FP, HW, SG
13  2011 Wood biodegradation in laboratory-scale landfills. HW, MDF, OSB, PB, PW
14  2006 Lignocellulosic fiber charge enhancement by catalytic oxidation during oxygen delignification. ECF
15  2006 Tolerance and adaptation of ethanologenic yeasts to lignocellulosic inhibitory compounds. CRBF, HMF, HW, S. cerevisiae, SSL
16  2005 Modification of high-lignin kraft pulps with laccase. Part 2. Xylanase-enhanced strength benefits. ---