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The photochemical changes of jute fibre do not appear to be influenced by the uronic acid constituent. The acidic and reducing types of substances, which are generated in the fibre daring irradiation, are derived mainly from the lignin component. The acidic reaction products or the constituent uronic acid hive no hydrolytic influence on the fibre, indicating that in the photochemical degradation of jute, acidic components do not contribute to the accelerated degradation.doi:10.5281/zenodo.6556223 fatcat:7tko56pcjzbf7jbyasdlow7jzi