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SPENT BLACK LIQUOR AS AN ALTERNATIVE CARBON SOURCE FOR THE SYNTHESIS OF BACTERIAL CELLULOSE
Cellulose Chemistry and Technology
Bacterial cellulose is identical in chemical composition to cellulose extracted from lignocellulosic biomass, but with partial difference in structural characteristics. These differences, specifically its purity, make it valuable, but its production processes are quite expensive. In the present work, spent black liquor resulting from cotton pulping, as a major industrial waste stream, was investigated as an alternative carbon source in the production of bacterial cellulose (BC) usingdoi:10.35812/cellulosechemtechnol.2022.56.66 fatcat:xslrhqlquzbfhg6k5dl5nfatd4