Reactions of lignin The bleaching reactions that occur are highly complex, due to the complexity of the residual lignin and the wide variety of reactive bleaching species present in different delignifying stages.1 Lignin reactions can be most simply classified into reactions taking place in the carbon atoms of the propane side-chain, at the aromatic nucleus,
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