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Herbert Sixta
Herbert Sixta
Professor, Aalto University
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Handbook of pulp, 2 volume set
H Sixta
John Wiley & Sons, 2006
The chemistry of side reactions and byproduct formation in the system NMMO/cellulose (Lyocell process)
T Rosenau, A Potthast, H Sixta, P Kosma
Progress in polymer science 26 (9), 1763-1837, 2001
Role of solvent parameters in the regeneration of cellulose from ionic liquid solutions
LKJ Hauru, M Hummel, AWT King, I Kilpelainen, H Sixta
Biomacromolecules 13 (9), 2896-2905, 2012
Ioncell-F: a high-strength regenerated cellulose fibre
H Sixta, A Michud, L Hauru, S Asaadi, Y Ma, AWT King, I Kilpeläinen, ...
Nordic pulp & paper research journal 30 (1), 43-57, 2015
Ionic liquids: current developments, potential and drawbacks for industrial applications
G Laus, G Bentivoglio, H Schottenberger, V Kahlenberg, H Kopacka, ...
Lenzinger Berichte 84 (1), 71-85, 2005
Softwood kraft lignin for value-added applications: Fractionation and structural characterization
M Alekhina, O Ershova, A Ebert, S Heikkinen, H Sixta
Industrial Crops and Products 66, 220-228, 2015
A novel method for the determination of carbonyl groups in cellulosics by fluorescence labeling. 1. Method development
J Röhrling, A Potthast, T Rosenau, T Lange, G Ebner, H Sixta, P Kosma
Biomacromolecules 3 (5), 959-968, 2002
Cellulose solutions in N-methylmorpholine-N-oxide (NMMO) – degradation processes and stabilizers
T Rosenau, A Potthast, I Adorjan, A Hofinger, H Sixta, H Firgo, P Kosma
Cellulose 9, 283-291, 2002
Chemical pulping processes
H Sixta, A Potthast, AW Krotschek
Handbook of pulp 1, 2006
A novel method for the determination of carbonyl groups in cellulosics by fluorescence labeling. 2. Validation and applications
J Röhrling, A Potthast, T Rosenau, T Lange, A Borgards, H Sixta, ...
Biomacromolecules 3 (5), 969-975, 2002
Novel concepts of dissolving pulp production
H Sixta, M Iakovlev, L Testova, A Roselli, M Hummel, M Borrega, ...
Cellulose 20, 1547-1561, 2013
Ioncell-F: ionic liquid-based cellulosic textile fibers as an alternative to viscose and Lyocell
A Michud, M Tanttu, S Asaadi, Y Ma, E Netti, P Kääriainen, A Persson, ...
Textile Research Journal 86 (5), 543-552, 2016
Effect of autohydrolysis of Eucalyptus globulus wood on lignin structure. Part 1: Comparison of different lignin fractions formed during water prehydrolysis
M Leschinsky, G Zuckerstaetter, HK Weber, R Patt, H Sixta
Walter de Gruyter 62 (6), 645-652, 2008
The cellulose solvent system N,N-dimethylacetamide/lithium chloride revisited: the effect of water on physicochemical properties and chemical stability
A Potthast, T Rosenau, R Buchner, T Röder, G Ebner, H Bruglachner, ...
Cellulose 9, 41-53, 2002
A novel method for the determination of carbonyl groups in cellulosics by fluorescence labeling. 3. Monitoring oxidative processes
A Potthast, J Röhrling, T Rosenau, A Borgards, H Sixta, P Kosma
Biomacromolecules 4 (3), 743-749, 2003
Predicting cellulose solvating capabilities of acid–base conjugate ionic liquids
A Parviainen, AWT King, I Mutikainen, M Hummel, C Selg, LKJ Hauru, ...
ChemSusChem 6 (11), 2161-2169, 2013
Degradation and crystallization of cellulose in hydrogen chloride vapor for high‐yield isolation of cellulose nanocrystals
E Kontturi, A Meriluoto, PA Penttilä, N Baccile, JM Malho, A Potthast, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 55 (46), 14455-14458, 2016
Dry jet-wet spinning of strong cellulose filaments from ionic liquid solution
LKJ Hauru, M Hummel, A Michud, H Sixta
Cellulose 21, 4471-4481, 2014
Separation of hemicellulose and cellulose from wood pulp by means of ionic liquid/cosolvent systems
C Froschauer, M Hummel, M Iakovlev, A Roselli, H Schottenberger, ...
Biomacromolecules 14 (6), 1741-1750, 2013
Upcycling of cotton polyester blended textile waste to new man-made cellulose fibers
S Haslinger, M Hummel, A Anghelescu-Hakala, M Määttänen, H Sixta
Waste Management 97, 88-96, 2019
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