Site-specific natural hydrogen isotope ratios in the characterization of plant cellulose

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Abstract

Site-specific natural isotope fractionation of hydrogen studied by nuclear magnetic resonance has been applied to cellulose. A combination of n.m.r. and m.s. techniques has been used to measure the isotope ratios of cellulose nitrate, glucose pentanitrate, glucose penta-acetate, and ethanol obtained by fermentation. Fractionation effects during enzymic hydrolysis, chemical derivatization, separation, and purification have been investigated. © 1990.

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Deléens, E., Schwebel-Dugué, N., Caer, V., Naulet, N., & Martin, M. L. (1990). Site-specific natural hydrogen isotope ratios in the characterization of plant cellulose. Carbohydrate Research, 207(2), 287–294. https://doi.org/10.1016/0008-6215(90)84055-Y

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