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Lignosulfonate absorption as Animal feed additive

Cattle Eighteen Hereford stehttps://www.lignosulfonate.com/products/magnesium-lignosulfonate/ers, individually housed, were fed diets containing 0, 80 000 and 120 000 mg/kg of an ammoniated spent sulphite liquor (50 % DM), containing 57 % lignosulphonates on DM basis, (corresponding to…

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Lignosulfonate as animal feed additives absorption

Lignosulphonate absorption In its recent assessment of calcium lignosulphonate, the EFSA ANS Panel (2010) concluded that: “The in vitro studies indicate that the low transepithelial transport measured in Caco2 cell layers could be explained by…

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Lignosulfonate Characterisation

1.Lignosulfonate Manufacturing process Lignosulphonate is produced from the sulphite pulping of lignocellulosic biomasses. The cellulose rich fibres are delignified with sulphite or bisulphite, depending on the operational pH. One of the main reactions during sulphite…

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Lignosulphonates use as additives in feedingstuffs of animals

1. Introduction Lignosulphonates are currently authorised for use as technological additives (functional groups: binders, anti-caking agents and coagulants) in feedingstuffs for all species and categories of animals, with no maximum feed inclusion limit, and without…

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Lignosulfonate used as animal feed pellet binder

Lignosulphonates are amorphous branched polymers of lignin, containing sulphonated covalently linked phenyl propane monomers, produced from the sulphite pulping of lignocellulosic biomasses. The calcium lignosulphonate, sodium lignosulphonate and magnesium lignosulphonate under assessment are considered together…

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Sodium lignosulfonate water-reducing agent

Sodium lignosulfonate water-reducing agent by using pulping black liquor, which has the following preparation technological steps: after the thin pulping black liquor is concentrated into dark black liquor of which the solid content is from…

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Separation of lignosulfonates from sulfite spent liquor

The spent liquor of the sulfite pulping process is dilute and contains other impurities; therefore, lignosulfonates should be separated from the spent liquor for increased commercial value. Because lignosulfonates are water-soluble products, they may not…

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Sulfonated lignin from kraft black liquor

The sulfite pulping process has many environmental issues, and thus, only a small portion of market pulp (less than 10%, roughly 7 million tons) is produced by the sulfite pulping process. In contrast, the kraft…

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Lignin and Lignosulfonate Relation

Lignin is the largest reservoir of aromatic compounds on earthand has great potential to be used in many industrial applications. Alternative methods to produce lignosulfonates from spent sulfite pulping liquors and kraft lignin from black…

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Lignosulfonate function to construction admixture

Compressive strength The compression strength characterized using a manual device and a more sophisticated device showed different results even though the trend is similar (Fig. 7). Flexural strength results are better measurements and distinguishable when…