• Analytes Determined at Celignis

Adjusted cellulosic content is the total percentage of cellulose, hemicellulose and lignin on ash-free dry weight basis. Feedstock should be carefully fractionated for lignocellulose components, starch, free sugars, and extractives and the percentage of each fraction should be accurately determined. Only approved biomass analysis methods indicated by the EPA should be followed to analyse feedstocks for their composition. This requires expertise in chemical analysis and knowledge on various types of feedstock, as each feedstock is different in its structural matrix and fine-tuning of extraction and digestion and analysis methods is required for accurate results.

At Celignis we determine the adjusted cellulosic content for any given feedstock using approved methods according to EPA guidelines. This method involves separation of lignocellulosic components from other structural sugars, free sugars and extractives.

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Analysis Packages for Adjusted-Cellulose-Content

The Celignis Analysis Package(s) that determine this constituent are listed below:

Equipment Used for Adjusted-Cellulose-Content Analysis

Ion Chromatography

A Dionex ICS-3000 system that is equipmed with electrochemical, conductivity, and ultraviolet-visible detectors.

Additional Material

We can determine the Adjusted-Cellulose-Content content of biomass, click here to learn more about our various biomass analysis methods.