Lignin Phenol リグニン

 Lignin or lignen is a complex chemical compound (Pheonl) most commonly derived from wood, and an integral part of the secondary cell walls of plants and some algae. The term is derived from the Latin word lignum, meaning wood. It is one of the most abundant organic polymers on Earth, exceeded only by cellulose, employing 30% of non-fossil organic carbon and constituting from a quarter to a third of the dry mass of wood. As a biopolymer, lignin is unusual because of its heterogeneity and lack of a defined primary structure. Its most commonly noted function is the support through strengthening of wood (xylem cells) in trees. About how to extract, extract the both in sulfuric acid is impossible, but Cellulose dissolved by the invention of Dr. Japan, isolated in only lignin by preservatives (preservative prevent or stop rot ), and we can got it enabling the lignin to use for various purposes.  Using examples out in the paper and lumber materials and practical, crockery, glass, car bodies, People around the world comes to doctor’s course.

リグニンは、木材から最も多く派生する複雑な化学化合物および一部のセカンダリの細胞壁の植物といくつかの藻類の総称です。 化石以外の有機炭素の 30 %に含まれ、木材の乾燥質量の 3 分の 1 から 4 分の 1 を構成するセルロースの次に地球上で最も豊かに存在する有機高分子です。 生体高分子として、リグニンはヘテロジェナイアティ(混合する)二重構造で、あまりよく分かっていないので定義づけはない基本構造のひとつと考えればよい。その最もよく指摘される機能は、木材 (木部細胞) の木の強化をサポートすることです。抽出方法については、硫酸では両方を取り出すことが不可能だが、日本の博士が考案した防腐剤によるセルロース溶解で分離されたリグニンを使って様々な用途での利用が可能となった。使用例として古紙や製材所で出る端材を利用してコップなどの食器類や車のボディなどが実用化され世界の人々が博士の元に講習に来ている。

 Enduring bacteria eat wood is well known, but it is applied to the soil decontamination technologies research. The reason, In that potential molecular structure of lignin and dioxins are similar can be corrosion decomposition.

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