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Fatty esters of cellulose from olive pomace and barley bran: improved mechanical properties by metathesis crosslinking.

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Abdelmajid Memmi
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Mohamed Amen Gahbiche
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Abdelwahab Fekih
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Amina Bakhrouf
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Agricultural wastes such as olive pomace and barley bran have been transformed in plastic by esterification with fatty acid chlorides after acidic or alkaline delignification. These esterifications were carried out in homogenous solution DMA/LiCl by classical heating or microwave activation. The plastics obtained were characterized by IR and NMR spectra, and tested for their mechanical properties and potentiality of biodegradation. The mechanical properties were improved by olefin metathesis of undecylenic ester from olive cellulose. delignification.

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hal-00684434 , version 1 (02-04-2012)

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Abdelmajid Memmi, Robert Granet, Mohamed Amen Gahbiche, Abdelwahab Fekih, Amina Bakhrouf, et al.. Fatty esters of cellulose from olive pomace and barley bran: improved mechanical properties by metathesis crosslinking.. Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2006, 101 (1), pp.751-755. ⟨10.1002/app.23976⟩. ⟨hal-00684434⟩
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