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TAC

abbreviation for Total Allowable Catch (see FISHERIES POLICY).
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The cellulose failed to ignite and the demonstration served as a reminder that, although cellulose is made from recycled paper, it is chemically treated to provide superior fire resistance.
Cellulose derivatives produced by the combined businesses can be used in many industry sectors, including construction materials, personal care, pharmaceuticals, food, and a number of specialty applications.
Notes BIO, the EIA's outlook projects very slow growth in production of ethanol from cellulose, reaching only 300 million gallons per year by 2030, just slightly higher than the 250 million gallons per year required beginning in 2013 under the Renewable Fuels Standard included in the Energy Policy Act of 2005.
Worldwide, about 560 million tons of straw is left behind in rice fields annually, representing a large, untapped resource of cellulose fibers, says Yiqi Yang of the University of Nebraska in Lincoln.
But breaking down cellulose into sugar molecules is a key step in making ethanol from the nearly 430 million tons of plant waste produced on farmland every year.
In nature, a certain number of individual cellulose molecules are brought together and packed into elementary fibrils in the size range of 3-5 nm.
In order to study the effect of Methyl Cellulose in RHAPMC, the inclusion of Methyl Cellulose (MC) with dosages of 0.
Cellulose ethers are the largest product type of natural polymer, representing a third of the market.
Performance BioFilaments, a research and development business formed in 2014 as a joint venture between Canadian firms Mercer International and Resolute Forest Products, is gearing up to open a manufacturing facility next year to produce multipurpose cellulose bioproducts that could optimize the strength, stability, flexibility and longevity of composite materials, plastics, concrete, as well as paint and other consumer products.
Thai scientists explored the feasibility of using microfibrillated cellulose from mangosteen rind as a new type of emulsion stabilizer in an attempt to convert this waste into a value-added product.
Cellulose Ether & Derivatives Market by Product Type (MC, EC, HEC, HPC, & CMC), by Application (Pharmaceuticals, Personal Care, Construction, Food Industry, & Others), by Region (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, & RoW) - Global Trends & Forecast to 2020