Wolfgang G. Glasser

Professor Emeritus
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Wolfgang G. Glasser
4411 Uppingham Road
Richmond, VA
23235

Dr. Glasser is involved in the area of polymer and materials science with an emphasis on biobased materials and composites. He participates in the Wood-Based Composites Center (WBC) and the Polymer Materials and Interfaces Laboratory (PMIL). He serves as Editor-in-Chief of CELLULOSE by Kluwer Academic Publishers, and he is on the editorial boards of the Journal of Applied Polymer Science, Holzforschung, Cellulose Chemistry and Technology, and the Journal of Wood Science.

Areas of Expertise

  • Molecular Structure and Reactions of Wood
  • Thermoplastic and Thermosetting Polymers from Wood
  • Separation of Wood Components
  • Biobased Materials and Composites
  • Structure-Property Relationships of Biomaterials
  • Wood Chemistry

 

 

  • Sudipto Das. 2005. Ph.D. Wood/Polymeric Isocyanate Resin Interactions: Species Dependence.
    Professor(s): C.E. Frazier
  • Richard Johnson. 2004. M.S. Mechanical and Sorption Characteristics of Cellulose Fiber-reinforced Thermoplastic Composites.
    Professor(s): Audrey Zink-Sharp and Wolfgang Glasser
  • Renneckar, Scott. 2004. Ph.D. Modification of Wood Fiber with Thermoplastics by Reactive Steam-Explosion Processing.
    Professor(s): Audrey Zink-Sharp and Wolfgang Glasser
  • Milan Sernek. 2002. Ph.D. Comparative analysis of inactivated wood surfaces.
    Professor(s): Fred Kamke and Wolfgang Glasser

 

Mechanisms of Surfactant Effects on Biomass Conversion
Investigator(s): Maren Roman, Alan R. Esker, and Wolfgang Glasser
Sponsor: Southeastern Regional Sun Grant Center
Amount: $299,904
September 1, 2007 - August 31, 2010

Fibers for wood composites by steam explosion
Investigator(s): Wolfgang Glasser and Audrey Zink-Sharp
Sponsor: University of Tennessee
Amount: $10,000
10/1/03-9/30/04

Engineering the Wood Fiber-Plastic Interface by Steam Explosion
Investigator(s): Wolfgang Glasser, Robert Wright and Audrey Zink-Sharp
Sponsor: USDA CSREES
Amount: $150,000
11/01/01 to 10/31/04

Eastman Chemical Fellowship
Investigator(s): Audrey Zink-Sharp and Wolfgang Glasser
Sponsor: Eastman Chemical
Amount: $20,000
8/10/02 to 8/9/03

A New Equipment Package to Support Adhesion Research at Virginia Tech
Investigator(s): Charles E. Frazier, Fred A. Kamke, and Wolfgang G. Glasser
Sponsor: ASPIRES
Amount: $119,000
2001

 

  • Mat Taib, R., Z. A. Mohd Ishak, H. D. Rozman, and W. G. Glasser. 2007. Steam-exploded wood fibers as reinforcement of polymer composites. Chapter 20 in "Handbook of Engineering Biopolymers - Homopolymers, Blends, and Composites," Hanser Publishers, Munich, pg. 611-653.
  • Glasser, Wolfgang G. 2007. Cellulose and Associated Heteropolysaccharides (""Hemicelluloses""), in Comprehensive Glycoscience. J. P. Kamerling, ed., Elsevier Ltd., Oxford, UK, in press.
  • Rials, Timothy G. and Wolfgang G. Glasser. 2006. Multiphase materials with lignin. V. Effect of lignin structure on blend morphology with hydroxypropyl cellulose. Polymer, 31, 1333-1338.
  • Renneckar, Scott, Audrey Zink-Sharp, and Wolfgang G. Glasser, Editors. 2006. Novel methods for interfacial modification of cellulose-reinforced composites. Chapter 7 in "Cellulose Nanocomposites: Processing, Characterization, and Properties," Kristiina Oksman and Mohini Sain, Eds., ACS Symposium Series No. 938, 78-96.
  • Karlsson, P., J. P. Roubroeks, W. G. Glasser, and P. Gatenholm, Editors. 2006. Optimization of the process conditions for the extraction heteropolysaccharides from birch (Betula pendula) Chapter 23 in "Feedstocks for the Future: Production of Chemicals and Materials," Joseph J. Bozell and Martin K. Patel, Eds., ACS Symposium Series No. 921, 321-333.
  • Taib, R. M., Ishak, Z. A. Mohd., Rozman, H. D., Glasser, W. G, Editors. 2005. Influence of fiber surface treatment on the mechanical properties of steam-exploded Acacia mangium fiber-filled polypropylene. JIRCAS Working Report 39, 171-174.
  • French, A. D., N. R. Bertoniere, R. M. Brown, Jr., H. Chanzy, D. Gray, K. Hattori, and W. G. Glasser. 2004. CELLULOSE. Volume 5 of Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology, 5th edition, Wiley Interscience, New York, 2004. Pp. 360-394.
  • French, A. D., N. R. Bertoniere, R. M. Brown, jr., H. Chanzy, D. Gray, K. Hattori, and W. G. Glasser, Editors. 2004. CELLULOSE. Volume 5 of Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology, 5th edition, Wiley Interscience, New York, 360-394.
  • Mat Taib, R., Z. A. Mohd Ishak, H. D. Rozman, and W. G. Glasser. 2004. Effect of moisture absorption on the tensile properties of steam-exploded Acacia mangium fiber-polypropylene composites. Polymer Degradation and Stability, submitted.
  • A. Esker, U. Becker, S. Jamin, S. Beppu, S. Renneckar, and W. G. Glasser, Editor. 2004. Self-assembly behavior of some co- and hetero-polysaccharides related to hemicellulose. Chapter 14 in "Hemicelluloses: Science and Technology," P. Gatenholm and M. Tenkanen, eds., ACS Symp. Ser. No. 864, 198-219.
  • Glasser, W. G. 2004. Prospects for future applications of cellulose acetate. Chapter 6 in Cellulose Acetates, H. Rustemeier, editor, Wiley-VCH Verlag GimbH&Co, Weinheim, Germany, Macromolecular Symposia 208, 371-394.
  • J. P. Roubroeks, B. Saake, W. G. Glasser, and P. Gatenholm, Editors. 2004. Contribution of the molecular architecture of 4-O-methyl glucuronoxylan to its aggregation behaviour in solution. Chapter 12 in "Hemicelluloses: Science and Technology," P. Gatenholm and M. Tenkanen, eds., ACS Symp. Ser.No. 864, 167-183.
  • W. G. Glasser, Editor. 2004. Prospects for future applications of cellulose acetate. Chapter 6 in Macromolecular Symposia 208, "Cellululose Acetates: Properties and Applications," P. Rustemeyer, Ed., Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, Germany, pg. 371-394.
  • French, A. D., N. R. Bertoniere, R. M. Brown, jr., H. Chanzy, D. Gray, K. Hattori, and W. G. Glasser, Editors. 2003. CELLULOSE. Encyclopedia of Polymer Science and Technology (J. I. Kroschwitz, ed.), 3rd edition, John Wiley & Sons, New York, 2003, 473-507.
  • Roubroeks, J. P., B. Saake, W. G. Glasser, and P. Gatenholm. 2003. Contribution of the molecular architecture of 4-0-methyl glucuronoxylan to its aggregation behaviour in solution. Chapter 12 in Hemicelluloses: Science and Technology, P. Gatenholm and M. Tenkanen, eds., ACS Symposium Series, No. 864, 157-166.
  • Esker, A., U. Becker, S. Jamin, S. Beppu, S. Renneckar, and W. G. Glasser. 2003. Self-assembly behavior of some co- and hetero-polysaccharides related to hemicellulose. Chapter 14 in Hemicelluloses: Science and Technology, P. Gatenholm and M. Tenkanen, eds., ACS Symposium Series No. 864, 198-219.
  • Glasser, W. G. 2003. Cellulose - The 10th anniversary. Editorial commentary, Cellulose 10(4):297-298.
  • Glasser, W. G. 2003. Cellulose. (Editorial commentary). Cellulose Communications (Cellulose Society of Japan). 9(4):247-248.
  • French, A. D., N. R. Bertoniere, R. M. Brown, Jr., H. Chanzy, D. Gray, K. Hattori, and W. G. Glasser. 2003. CELLULOSE. Encyclopedia of Polymer Science and Technology (J.I. Kroschwitz, ed.), 3rd edition, John Wiley & Sons, New York, 2003, pp. 473-507.
  • Glasser, W. G., and R. K. Jain, Editors. 2001. Thermoplastic Polyesters from Steam Exploded Wood. (Part 6 of "Steam-Assisted Fractionation of Biomass"-series). Chapter in Chemicals and Materials from Renewable Resources, Joe J. Bozell, ed., ACS Symposium Series No. 784, 191-215.
  • Glasser, W. G, Editor. 2001. Lignin Based Polymers. Section in Encyclopedia of Materials: Science and Technology, Frank C. Beall, ed., Elsevier Science Ltd., Oxford, UK, pp. 4504-4508.
  • Gustavsson, M., M. Bengtsson, P. Gatenholm, W. Glasser, A. Teleman, and O. Dahlman, Editors. 2001. Isolation, Characterisation and Material Properties of 4-O-Methylglucuronoxylan from Aspen. Chapter in Biorelated Polymers - Sustainable Polymer Science and Technology, E. Chiellini, H. Gil, G. Braunegg, J. Buchert, P. Gatenholm, and M. van der Zee, Eds., Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York, 2001, pg. 41-52.
  • Sewalt, Vincent J. H., H. D. Bae, T. A. McAllister, K.-J. Cheng, and W. G. Glasser. 2000. In press. Lignin impact on fiber degradation. IV. Lignin inhibition of cellulose digestion by Fibrobacter succinogenes 585 does not require pre-established lignin-carbohydrate bonds. Appl. Environm. Microbiol., in press.
  • Glasser, W. G, Editor. 1999. Classification of Lignins According to Chemical and Molecular Structure. Chapter in Lignin - Historical, Biological, and Materials Perspectives, W. G. Glasser, R. A. Northey, and T. P. Schultz, eds., ACS Symp. Ser. No. 742, 216-238.
  • Ghosh, I., R. K. Jain, and W. G. Glasser, Editors. 1999. Blends of Biodegradable Thermoplastics with Lignin Esters. Chapter in Lignin - Historical, Biological, and Materials Perspectives, W. G. Glasser, R. A. Northey, and T. P. Schultz, eds., ACS Symp. Ser. No. 742, 331-350.
  • Becker, U., J. G. Todd, and W. G. Glasser, Editors. 1998. Surface Segregation Phenomena in Blends of Cellulose Esters. Chapter in Cellulose Derivatives: Modification, Characterization, and Nanostructures, Th. J. Heinze and W. G. Glasser, eds., ACS Symp. Ser. No. 688, 315-331.
  • Glasser, W. G., T. G. Rials, S. S. Kelley, and V. Dave, Editors. 1998. Studies of the Molecular Interaction Between Cellulose and Lignin as a Model for the Hierarchical Structure of Wood. Chapter in Cellulose Derivatives: Modification, Characterization, and Nanostructures, Th. J. Heinze and W. G. Glasser, eds., ACS Symp. Ser. No. 688, 265-282.
  • Edgar, K. J., T. J. Pecorini, and W. G. Glasser, Editor. 1998. Long-Chain Cellulose Esters (LCCE): Preparation, Properties, and Perspective. Chapter in Cellulose Derivatives: Modification, Characterization, and Nanostructures, Th. J. Heinze and W. G. Glasser, eds., ACS Symp. Ser. No. 688, 38-60.
  • Heinze, T. and W.G. Glasser, Editors. 1998. The Role of Novel Solvents and Solution Complexes for the Preparation of Highly-Engineered Cellulose Derivatives. Chapter in Cellulose Derivatives: Modification, Characterization, and Nanostructures, Th. J. Heinze and W. G. Glasser, eds., ACS Symp. Ser. No. 688, 2-18.
  • Glasser, W. G., Rajesh K. Jain, and Mazlan Ibrahim, Editors. 1997. Novel Materials from Steam-Exploded Biomass. Chapter in Making a Business from Biomass in Energy, Environment, Chemicals, Fibers and Materials. R. P. Overend and E. Chornet, eds., Pergamon, Volume 2, pg. 915-921.
  • Glasser, W. G., Editor. 1996. Lignin-Based Polymers. The Polymeric Materials Encyclopedia, J. C. Salamone, ed., CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, Vol. 5, CRC Press, pp. 3623-3631.
  • Glasser, W. G., Editor. 1994. Chemical Products from Lignocellulosics. Chapter in Material Research Society (MRS) Bulletin, T.L. Laufenberg and J. Passeretti, eds., MRS, Bulletin, Febr. 1994, pg. 46-48.
  • Wang, J.Z., V. Dave, W.G. Glasser, and D.A. Dillard. 1993. The effects of moisture sorption on the creep behavior of fibers. ASTM Special Technical Publication, 1174, Symp. High Temperature and Environmental Effects on Polymeric Composites, 186-200.
  • de Oliveira, W., and W.G. Glasser. 1993. Comparison of Some Molecular Characteristics of Star-block Copolymers with Lignin. Chapter 37 in Cellulosics: Chemical, Biochemical and Materials Aspects, J.F. Kennedy, G.O. Phillips, P.A. Willams, eds., Ellis Horwood Ltd., 263-272, (1993).
  • Glasser, W.G., J.S. Hauger and R.S. Wright. 1992. High value added chemicals from renewable resources. In Liquid Fuels from Renewable Resources, Amer. Soc. Agric. Eng., St. Joseph, Mich., pg. 145-153.
  • Dave, V., and W.G. Glasser, Editors. 1992. Cellulose-based Fibers from Liquid Crystalline Solutions. Solution Properties of Cellulose Esters. Chapter in Viscoelasticity of Biomaterials, W.G. Glasser and H. Hatakeyama, eds., ACS Symp. Ser. No. 489, 144-166.
  • Glasser, W.G., and G. Garnier. 1992. Molecular and particulate bio-based composites involving cellulose and lignin. In ""Pacific Rim Bio-Based Composites Symposium"", FRI Bulletin No. 177, D.V. Plackett and E.A. Dunningham, eds., New Zealand Forest Research Institute, pg. 279-290.
  • Glasser, W.G., and V. Dave. 1992. Fibers from liquid crystalline solutions of cellulose derivatives. In ""Chemical Modification of Lignocellulosics"", FRI Bulletin No. 176, D.V. Plackett and E.A. Dunningham, eds., New Zealand Forest Research Institute, pg. 173-180.
  • Glasser, W.G. 1991. Research with biopolymers from steam-exploded biomass. 6th Proc. International Wood and Pulping Chemistry Symposium, Melbourne, Australia, April 29-May 3, 1991, 319-322.
  • Glasser, W.G, Editor. 1989. Novel Structural Materials from Lignin. Chapter 20 in Wood Processing and Utilization. J.F. Kennedy, G.O. Phillips, P.A. Williams, eds., Ellis Horwood Ltd., 163-173.
  • Wang, W.-X., and W.G. Glasser, Editors. 1989. Lignin Derivatives with Acrylate Functionality. (Engineering Plastics from Lignin. XX.). Chapter in Lignin: Properties and Materials, W.G. Glasser and S. Sarkanen, eds., ACS Symp. Ser. No. 397, 515-522.
  • W.G. Glasser. 1989. Black liquor utilization. Bumazhnaja Promyshlennost, 1989, 38-39. (Russian). (ISSN 0007-5817). (Translated by Anita Illi for Uusi Suomi Oy).
  • Nieh, W.L.-S., and W.G. Glasser, Editors. 1989. Lignin Derivatives with Epoxy Functionality. (Engineering Plastics from Lignin. XIX.). Chapter in Lignin: Properties and Materials, W.G. Glasser and S. Sarkanen, eds., ACS Symp. Ser. No. 397, 506-514.
  • Nieh, W.L.-S., and W.G. Glasser, Editors. 1989. Lignin Derivatives with Epoxy Functionality. (Engineering Plastics from Lignin. XIX.). Chapter in Lignin: Properties and Materials, W.G. Glasser and S. Sarkanen, eds., ACS Symp. Ser. No. 397, 506-514.
  • Ciemniecki, W.L., and W.G. Glasser, Editors. 1989. Polymer Blends with Hydroxypropyl Lignin. Chapter in Lignin: Properties and Materials, W.G. Glasser and S. Sarkanen, eds., ACS Symp. Ser. No. 397, 452-463.
  • Kelley, S.S., W.G. Glasser and T.C. Ward, Editors. 1989. Properties of Chain-extended Hydroxypropyl Lignins and Lignin-based Polyurethanes. Chapter in Lignin: Properties and Materials, W.G. Glasser and S. Sarkanen, eds., ACS Symp. Ser. No. 397, 402-413.
  • Rials, T.G., and W.G. Glasser, Editors. 1989. Phase Morphology of Blends of Lignin with Liquid Crystall Cellulosics. Chapter in Lignin: Properties and Materials, W.G. Glasser and S. Sarkanen, eds., ACS Symp. Ser. No. 397, 464-475.
  • Kelley, S.S., W.G. Glasser and T.C. Ward, Editors. 1989. Properties of Chain-extended Hydroxypropyl Lignins and Lignin-based Polyurethanes. Chapter in Lignin: Properties and Materials, W.G. Glasser and S. Sarkanen, eds., ACS Symp. Ser. No. 397, 402-413.
  • Kelley, S.S., P.C. Muller, H.W. Newman, and W.G. Glasser. 1986. Engineering plastics from Lignin; A general approach and specific examples. In ""Wood Adhesives in 1985: Status and Needs"", A.W. Christiansen, R.H. Gillespie, G.E. Myers, and B.H. Rivers, eds., FPRS Proceedings No. 47344, pg. 197-210.
  • Hsu, O.H.-H., and W.G. Glasser. 1975. Polyurethane foams from carboxylated lignins. Applied Polymer Symposium No. 28:297-307.
  • Glasser, W.G., and D.L. Reed. 1974. Status of water pollution abatement and control. In: Pollution Abatement and Control in the Forest Products Industry, Forest Products Research Society, Madison, WI, pp. 49-77.

 

 

  • Johnson, R.K., A. Zink-Sharp, S. Renneckar, and W.G. Glasser. 2009. A new bio-based nanocomposite: Fibrillated TEMPO-oxidized celluloses in hydroxypropylcellulose matrix. Cellulose 16(2):227-238.
  • Johnson, R.K., A. Zink-Sharp, S.H. Renneckar, W.G. Glasser. 2008. Mechanical properties of wetlaid lyocell and hybrid fiber-reinforced composites with polypropylene. Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 39(3) 470-477.
  • Renneckar, Scott, Audrey Zink-Sharp, and Wolfgang Glasser. 2007. Fiber modification by steam-explosion: Microscopic analysis of co-refined wood and polypropylene. IAWA Journal 28(1):13-27.
  • Westbye, P., T. Koehnke, W. Glasser, and P. Gatenholm. 2007. The influence of lignin onto the self-assembly behavior of xylan-rich fractions from birch (Betula pendula) (in press). Cellulose 00(00):00-00.
  • Bras, J., C. Vaca-Garcia, E. Borredon, and W. G. Glasser. 2007. Oxygen and water vapor permeability of fully substituted long chain cellulose esters (LCCE). Cellulose 14(3):367-374.
  • Gradwell, S. E., S. Renneckar, A. R. Esker, Th. Heinze, P. Gatenholm, C. Vaca-Garcia, and W. G. Glasser. 2006. Surface modification of cellulose fibers: towards wood composites by biomimetics. Comptes Rendus Biologies 327(9-10):945-953.
  • Rauschenberg, N., K. Dhara, J. Palmer and W. Glasser. 2006. Xylan derivatives from-steam-exploded lignocellulosic resources: Structure and properties. Polymer Preprints 31(1):650-652.
  • Rials, T.G., and W.G. Glasser. 2006. Engineering plastics from lignin. XIII. Effect of lignin structure on polyurethane network formation. Holzforschung 40(6):353-360.
  • Taib, R. Mat, Ishak, Z. A. Mohd., Rozman, H. D., Glasser, W. G. 2006. Effect of moisture absorption on the tensile properties of steam-exploded. Acacia mangium fiber-polypropylene composites. J. Thermoplastic Composite Materials 19(5):475-489.
  • Dave, V., W.G. Glasser and G.L. Wilkes. 2006. Evidence for cholesteric morphology in films of cellulose acetate butyrate by transmission electron microscopy. Polymer Bulletin 29( ):565-570.
  • Renneckar, S., Zink-Sharp, A.G., and Glasser, W.G. 2006. Fiber surface modification by steam-explosion: Sorption studies with co-refined wood and polyolefins. Wood and Fiber Science 38(3):427-438.
  • Taib, R. Mat., Z. A. Mohd. Ishak, H. D. Rozman, and W. G. Glasser. 2006. Effect of moisture absorption on the tensile properties of steam-exploded Acacia mangium fiber-polypropylene composites. J. Thermoplastic Composite Materials 19(5):475-489.
  • Karlsson, P., J. P. Roubroeks, W. G. Glasser, and P. Gatenholm. 2006. Optimization of the process conditions for the extraction heteropolysaccharides from birch (Betula pendula). Chapter 23 in "Feedstocks for the Future: Production of Chemicals and Materials". ACS Symposium Series. Joseph J. Bozell and Martin K. Patel, Eds. 921(00):321-333.
  • Renneckar, S., Johnson, R. K., Zink-Sharp, A.G., and Glasser, W.G. 2005. Fiber modification by steam-explosion: 13C NMR and dynamic mechanical analysis studies of co-refined wood and polypropylene. Composite Interfaces 12(6):559-580.
  • Taib, R. M., Z. A. M. Ishak, R. H. Din, and W. G. Glasser. 2004. Alkali extracted steam-exploded Acacia mangium wood fiber as reinforcing material for polypropylene-based composites. J. Natural Fibers 1(1):67-84.
  • Renneckar, S., Zink-Sharp, A.G., Ward, T.C. and Glasser, W.G. 2004. Compositional Analysis of Thermoplastic Wood Composites by TGA. Journal of Applied Polymer Science 93(3):1484-1492.
  • Glasser, W. G. 2004. Book Review: The nature and reactions of lignin - A new paradigm by K. G. Forss and K.-E. Fremer. Holzforschung 58(1):105.
  • Esker, Alan, Ulli Becker, Sylvia Jamin, Scott Renneckar, and Wolfgang Glasser. 2004. Self-assembly behavior of some co- and heteropolysaccharides related to hemicelluloses. Hemicelluloses: Science and Technology, Amer chemical Soc., Washington, 2004, 864(?):198-219.
  • Sernek, M.; F.A. Kamke; and W.G. Glasser. 2004. Comparative analysis of inactivated wood surfaces. Holzforschung 58:22-31.
  • Renneckar, S., A. Zink-Sharp, T. C. Ward, and W. G. Glasser. 2004. Compositional analysis of thermoplastic wood composites by TGA. Journal of Applied Polymer Science 93(3):1484-92.
  • Sernek, M., F. A. Kamke and W. G. Glasser. 2004. Comparative Analysis of Inactivated Wood Surface. Holzforschung 58(1), 22-31.
  • Taib, R. M., Z. A. M. Ishak, R. H. Din, and W. G. Glasser. 2004. Alkali extracted steam-exploded Acacia mangium wood fiber as reinforcing material for polypropylene-based composites. J. of Natural Fibers 1(1):67-84.
  • W. G. Glasser. 2003. CELLULOSE (Editorial commentary). Cellulose Communications (Cellulose Society of Japan) 9(4):247-248.
  • Vaca-Garcia, C., G. Gozzelino, W. G. Glasser, and M. E. Borredon. 2003. Dynamic mechanical thermal analysis transitions of partially and fully-substituted cellulose fatty esters. Journal of Polymer Science, Pt. B: Physics 41:281-288.
  • Vaca-Garcia, C., G. Gozzelino, W. G. Glasser, and M. E. Borredon. 2003. Dynamic mechanical thermal analysis transitions of partially and fully-substituted cellulose fatty esters. J. Polym. Sci., Pt. B: Physics 41, 281-288.
  • Vaca-Garcia, C., G. Gozzelino, W. G. Glasser, and M. E. Borredon. 2003. Dynamic mechanical thermal analysis transitions of partially and fully-substituted cellulose fatty esters. J. Polym. Sci., Pt. B: Physics 41(3):281-288.
  • Lora, Jairo H., and W. G. Glasser. 2002. Recent Industrial Applications of Lignin - A Sustainable Alternative to Nonrenewable Materials. Journal of Polymers and the Environment 10 (1/2), 39-48.
  • Lora, J. H. and W. G. Glasser. 2002. Recent industrial applications of lignin - A sustainable alternative to nonrenewable materials. Journal of Polymers and the Environment 10(1/2):39-48.
  • Glasser, W. G. 2002. Book Review: "Polymers from Renewable Resources," C. Scholz and R. A. Gross. Eds. Wood and Fiber Science 34(3):503.
  • Franko, A., Seavey, K. C., and W. G. Glasser. 2001. Continuous Cellulose Fiber-Reinforced Cellulose Ester Composites. III. Commercial Matrix and Fiber Options. Cellulose 8(2), 171-179.
  • Seavey, K. C., I. Ghosh, R. M. Davis, and W. G. Glasser. 2001. Continuous Cellulose Fiber-Reinforced Cellulose Ester Composites. I. Manufacturing Options. Cellulose 8(2), 149-159.
  • Toffey, A., and W. G. Glasser. 2001. Chitin Derivatives. III. Formation of Amidized Homologs of Chitosan. Cellulose 8(1), 35-47.
  • Seavey, K. C., and W. G. Glasser. 2001. Continuous Cellulose Fiber-Reinforced Cellulose Ester Composites.II. Surface Modification and Consolidation Conditions. Cellulose 8(2), 161-169.
  • Jain, Rajesh K., Markku Sjastedt, and Wolfgang G. Glasser.. 2001. Thermoplastic xylan derivatives with propylene oxide. Cellulose 7(4), 319-336.
  • Glasser, Wolfgang G., William E. Kaar, Rajesh K. Jain, and James E. Sealey.. 2000. Isolation options for non-crystalline heteropolysaccharides (HetPS).(Part 5 of "Steam-Assisted Fractionation of Biomass"-series). Cellulose 7(3), 299-317.
  • Matsumura, H., and W. G. Glasser. 2000. Cellulosic Nanocomposites. II. Studies by Atomic Force Microscopy. J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 78, 2254-2261.
  • Matsumura, H., J. Sugiyama, and W. G. Glasser. 2000. Cellulosic Nanocomposites. I. Thermally-deformable Cellulose Hexanoates from Heterogeneous Reaction. J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 78, 2242-2253.
  • Gabrieli, I., P. Gatenholm, W. G. Glasser, R. K. Jain, L. Kenne. 2000. Separation, characterization and hydrogel-formation of hemicellulose from aspen wood. Carbohydrate Polymers 43, 367-374.
  • Glasser, W. G., U. Becker, and J. G. Todd. 2000. Novel cellulose derivatives. VI. Preparation and thermal analysis of two novel cellulose esters with fluorine-containing substituents. Carbohydrate Polymers 42, 393-400.
  • Sealey, James E., Charles E. Frazier, Gamini Samaranayake, and Wolfgang G. Glasser. 2000. Novel cellulose derivatives. V. Synthesis and thermal properties of esters with trifluoroethoxy acetic acid. J. Polymer Sci.: Pt. B: Polym. Physics 38 (3), 486-494.
  • Sachinvala, N. D., O. A. Hamed, D. L. Winsor. 2000. The physical and NMR characterizations of allyl- and crotylcelluloses. J. Polym. Sci.: Pol. Chem 38(10):1889-2002.
  • Glasser, W. G. Joseph McCarthy. 2000. In Memoriam. Holzforschung 54(6):676-677.
  • Toffey, Ackah, and Wolfgang G. Glasser. 1999. Chitin derivatives. II. Time-temperature-transformation cure diagrams of the chitosan amidization process. J. Applied Polymer Sci. 73, 1879-1889.
  • Sachinvala, N. D., O. A. Hamed, D. L. Winsor, W. P. Niemczura, K. Maskos, D. V. Parikh, W. G. Glasser, U. Becker, E. J. Blanchard, N. Bertoniere. 1999. Characterization of tri-O-methylcellulose by one and two-dimensional NMR methods. J. Poly. Sci.: Part A: Polym. Chem. Ed. 37, 4019-4032.
  • Glasser, Wolfgang G., Razaina Taib, Rajesh K. Jain, and Ron Kander. 1999. Fiber-reinforced cellulosic thermoplastic composites. (Part 4 of "Steam-Assisted Biomass Fractionation"-series). J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 73, 1329-1340.
  • Ibrahim, Mazlan, and W. G. Glasser. 1999. Steam-assisted biomass fractionation. III. A quantitative evaluation of the "Clean Fractionation" concept. Bioresource Technology 70, 181-192.
  • Glasser, W. G., and U. Becker. 1999. About the hydrolysis of cellulose propionate to segments with low DP. Cellulose 6(4), 283-289.
  • Ghosh, I., R. K. Jain, and W. G. Glasser. 1999. Multiphase materials with lignin. XV. Blends of cellulose acetate butyrate with lignin esters. J. Applied Polymer Sci. 74, 448-457.
  • Wright, Robert S., and Wolfgang G. Glasser. 1998. Steam assisted biomass fractionation. II. Fractionation behavior of various biomass resources. Biomass and Bioenergy 14(3), 219-235.
  • Avellar, Brecc K., and Wolfgang G. Glasser. 1998. Steam-assisted biomass fractionation. I. Process considerations and economic evaluation. Biomass and Bioenergy 14(3), 205-218.
  • Dave, Vipul and Wolfgang G. Glasser. 1997. Cellulose-based Fibers from Liquid Crystalline Solutions. V. Processing and morphology of blends with lignin. Polymer 38(9), 2121-2126.
  • Toffey, A., and W. G. Glasser. 1997. Cure characterization of polyurethanes with lignin and cellulose derivatives. Holzforschung 51, 71-78.
  • Sewalt, Vincent J. H., W. G. Glasser, and K. A. Beauchemin. 1997. Lignin impact on fiber degradation. III. Reversal of inhibition of enzymatic hydrolysis by chemical modification of lignin and by additives. J. Agric. Food Chem 45 (5), 1823-1828.
  • Garnier, G., and W. G. Glasser. 1996. Measuring the Surface Energies of Spherical Cellulose Beads by Inverse Gas Chromatography. Polymer Eng. Sci 36(6):885-894.
  • Frazier, Charles E., S. L. Wendler, and W. G. Glasser. 1996. Long chain branched celluloses by mild trans-glycosidation. Carbohydrate Polymers 31, 11-18.
  • Willems, H. P. L., D. F. Berry, G. Samaranayake, and W. G. Glasser. 1996. Development of a Hydrogel-Based Reactive Matrix for Removal of Chloracetanilide Herbicides Contaminated Water. Environ. Sci. & Tech. Vol. 30, No. 7, 2148-2154.
  • de Oliveira, W., and W. G. Glasser. 1996. Hydrogels from Polysaccharides. II. Beads with Cellulose Derivatives. J. Appl. Polymer Sci. Vol. 61, 81-86.
  • de Oliveira, W., and W. G. Glasser. 1996. Hydrogels from Polysaccharides. I. Cellulose Beads for Chromatographic Support. J. Appl. Polymer Sci. Vol. 60, 63-73.
  • Sealey, J. E., G. Samaranayake, J. G. Todd, and W. G. Glasser.. 1996. Novel Cellulose Derivatives. IV. Preparation and Thermal Analysis of Waxy Esters of Cellulose. J. Polymer Sci.: Part B: Polymer Physics Vol. 34, 1613-1620.
  • Toffey, A., G. Samaranayake, C. E. Frazier, and W. G. Glasser. 1996. Chitin derivatives. I. Kinetics of the heat-induced conversion of chitosan to chitin. J. Applied Polymer Sci. Vol. 60, 75-85.
  • Sewalt, Vincent J. H., J. P. Fontenot, V. G. Allen, and W. G. Glasser. 1996. Fiber Composition and in Vitro Digestibility of Corn Stover Fractions in Response to Ammonia Treatment. J. Agric. Food Chem. 44(10), 3136-3142.
  • Sewalt, Vincent J. H., Wolfgang G. Glasser, Joseph P. Fontenot, and Vivien G. Allen. 1996. Lignin impact on fibre degradation. I. Quinone methide intermediates formed from lignin during in vitro fermentation of corn stover. J. Sci. Food Agric. 71, 195-203.
  • Sewalt, Vincent J. H., W. de Oliveira, W. G. Glasser, and J. P. Fontenot. 1996. Lignin impact on fibre degradation. II. A model study using cellulosic hydrogels. J. Sci. Food Agric. 71, 204-208.
  • Frazier, Charles E., and Wolfgang G. Glasser. 1995. Intramolecular effects in cellulose mixed benzyl ethers blended with poly(-caprolactone). J. Appl. Polym. Sci. 58(6):1063-1075.
  • Glasser, Wolfgang G., G. Ravindran, Rajesh K. Jain, Gamini Samaranayake, and Jason Todd. 1995. Comparative Enzyme Biodegradability of Xylan, Cellulose and Starch Derivatives. Biotechnology Progress 11:552-557.
  • Van Winkle, Stephen C., and Wolfgang G. Glasser. 1995. Chemical Cellulose from Steam-Exploded Wood by Peracetic Acid Treatment. J. Pulp and Paper Science 21(2), J37-J43.
  • Glasser, W. G., Gamini Samaranayake, Michelle Dumay, and Vipul Dave. 1995. Novel Cellulose Derivatives. III. Thermal Analysis of Mixed Esters with Butyric and Hexanoic Acid. J. Polymer Sci.: Part B: Polymer Physics 33:2045-2054.
  • Glasser, W. G. 1995. Chemical Modification of Wood, Pulp, and Wood Constituents. Proc. 8th Interntl. Symp. Wood Pulping Chemistry 1( ):55-67.
  • Garnier, G., and W.G. Glasser. 1994. Measurement of the surface energy of amorphous cellulose by alkane adsorption: A critical evaluation of Inverse Gas Chromatography. J. Adhesion 46, 165-180.
  • Samaranayake, G., X. Li, and W.G. Glasser. 1994. Solvent accessibility of steam exploded cellulose. Holzforschung 48 (Supplement), 69-71.
  • from Glasser, W.G., B. McCartney, G. Samaranayake. 1994. Cellulose derivatives with low DS. III. The biodegradability of cellulose esters using a simple enzyme assay. Biotechnology Progress 10, 214-219.
  • de Oliveira, W., and W.G. Glasser. 1994. Multiphase materials with lignin. XIII. Block copolymers with cellulose propionate. Polymer 35 (9), 1977-1985.
  • de Oliveira, W., and W.G. Glasser.. 1994. Multiphase materials with lignin. XII. Blends of polyvinyl chloride with lignin-caprolactone copolymers. J. Appl. Polymer Sci. 51, 563-571.
  • Dave, V., J. Wang, W.G. Glasser, and D. Dillard. 1994. Cellulose-based fibers from liquid crystalline solutions. IV. Effects of lithium chloride on acetate/butyrate esters. J. Polymer Sci.: Part B: Polymer Phys. 32, 1105-1114.
  • Hofmann, K., W.G. Glasser. 1994. Engineering plastics from lignin. 23. Network formation of lignin based epoxy resins. Macromol. Chem. Phys. 195, 65-80.
  • de Oliveira, W., and W.G. Glasser. 1994. Novel cellulose derivatives. II. Synthesis and characteristics of mono-functional CP segments. Cellulose 1(1), 77-86.
  • de Oliveira, W., and W.G. Glasser. 1994. Multiphase materials with lignin. Journal of Wood Chemistry and Technology 14 (1), 119-126.
  • de Oliveira, W., and W.G. Glasser. 1994. Multiphase materials with lignin. XI. Star-like copolymers with caprolactone. Macromolecules 27, 5-11.
  • Hofmann, K., and W.G. Glasser.. 1993. Engineering plastics from lignin. 22. Cure of lignin based epoxy resins. J. Adhesion 40, 229-241.
  • Glasser, W.G., and R.K. Jain. 1993. Lignin derivatives. I. Alkanoates. Holzforschung 47(3), 225-233.
  • Jain, R.K., and W.G. Glasser. 1993. Lignin derivatives. II. Functional ethers. Holzforschung 47(4), 325-332.
  • Dhara, K., R.K. Jain, and W.G. Glasser. 1993. Lignin derivatives. III. Sulfonate esters. Holzforschung 47(5), 403-411.
  • Dave, V., W.G. Glasser, and G.L. Wilkes.. 1993. Cellulose-based fibers from liquid crystalline solutions. II. Processing and morphology of acetate/butyrate esters. J. Polymer Sci., Part B, Phys. Ed. 29, 1145-61.
  • Dave, V., and W.G. Glasser. 1993. Cellulose-based fibers from liquid crystalline solutions. III. Processing and morphology of cellulose and cellulose hexanoate esters. J. Appl. Polymer Sci. 48, 683-699.
  • Dave, V., A. Prasad, H. Marand, and W.G. Glasser. 1993. Molecular organization of lignin during carbonization. Polymer 34 (15), 3144-3154.
  • Glasser, W.G. 1993. A tribute to Joseph LePage McCarthy. Holzforschung 47, (6), 534.
  • Kaster, J., W. de Oliveira, W.G. Glasser, and W.H. Velander. 1993. Optimization of pressure-flow limits, strength, intraparticle transport and dynamic capacity by hydrogel solids content and bead size in cellulose immunosorbents. J. Chromatography 648, 79-90.
  • Samaranayake, G., and W.G. Glasser. 1993. Cellulose derivatives with low DS. I. A novel acylation system. Carbohydrate Polymers 22, 1-7.
  • Glasser, W.G., V. Dave, and C.E. Frazier. 1993. Molecular weight distribution of (semi-) commercial lignin derivatives. Journal of Wood Chemistry Technology 13 (4), 545-559.
  • Takemura, A., and W.G. Glasser. 1993. Multiphase materials with lignin. X. A novel graft copolymer with hydroxyalkyl lignin. Mokuzai Gakkaishi 39( ):198-205.
  • Samaranayake, G., and W.G. Glasser. 1993. Cellulose derivatives with low DS. II. Analysis of Alkanoates. Carbohydrate Polymers 22, 79-86.
  • Dave, D., C. Frazier, and W.G. Glasser. 1993. Novel cellulose derivatives. I. Liquid crystalline phase formation in concentrated Tri-O--naphthylmethyl cellulose solutions. J. Appl. Polymer Sci. 49, 1671-78.
  • Hofmann, K., and W.G. Glasser. 1993. Engineering plastics from lignin. 21. Synthesis and properties of epoxidized lignin-poly(propylene oxide) copolymers. Journal of Wood Chemistry and Technology 13(1), 73-95.
  • Hofmann, K., and W.G. Glasser. 1990. Lignin based epoxy systems: Synthesis and cure. Polymer Preprints 31(1):657-659.
  • Rials, T.G., and W.G. Glasser. 1990. Multiphase materials with lignin. V. Effect of lignin structure on blend morphology with hydroxypropyl cellulose. Polymer 1333-1338.
  • Kelley, S.S., T.C. Ward, and W.G. Glasser.. 1990. Multiphase materials with lignin. VIII. Interpenetrating polymer networks from polyurethanes and polymethyl methacrylate. J. Appl. Polymer Sci. 41, 2813-2828.
  • de Oliveira, W., and W.G. Glasser. 1990. Synthesis, chemistry and morphology of multiphase block copolymers containing lignin. Polymer Preprints 31(1):655-656.
  • Hofmann, K. and W.G. Glasser. 1990. Cure monitoring of an epoxy-amine system by dynamic mechanical thermal analysis (DMTA). Thermochimica Acta 166( ):169-184.
  • de Oliveira, W., and W.G. Glasser. 1989. Engineering plastics from lignin. XVI. Star-like macromers with propylene oxide. J. Appl. Polymer Sci. 37:3119-3135.
  • Rials, T.G., and W.G. Glasser. 1989. materials with lignin. VI. Effect of cellulose derivative structure on blend morphology with lignin. Wood and Fiber Science 21(1):80-90.
  • Kelley, S.S., W.G. Glasser, and T.C. Ward.. 1989. Multiphase materials with lignin. IX. Effect of lignin content on interpenetrating polymer network properties. Polymer 30(12): 2265-2268.
  • Demaret, V. and W.G. Glasser. 1989. Multiphase materials with lignin. VII. Block copolymers. Polymer 30(3):570-575.
  • Rials, T.G., and W.G. Glasser. 1989. Multiphase materials with lignin. IV. Blends of hydroxypropyl cellulose with lignin. J. Appl. Polymer Sci. 37:2399-2415.
  • Kelley, S.S., T.C. Ward, T.G. Rials, and W.G. Glasser. 1989. Engineering plastics from lignin. XVII. Effect of molecular weight on polyurethane film properties. J. Appl. Polymer Sci. 37:2961-2971.
  • Glasser, W.G., T.G. Rials, S.S. Kelley, and T.C. Ward. 1989. Engineered lignin-containing materials with multiphase morphology. Proceedings of Interntl. Symp. Wood & Pulping Chemistry; Raleigh, NC May(22-25):35-38.
  • Kelley, S.S., W.G. Glasser, and T.C. Ward. 1988. Engineering plastics from lignin. XV. Polyurethane films from chain-extended hydroxypropyl lignin. Journal of Applied Polymer Science 36:759-772.
  • Rials, T.G., and W.G. Glasser. 1988. Thermal and dynamic mechanical properties of hydroxypropyl cellulose films. Journal of Applied Polymer Science 36:749-758.
  • Ciemniecki, S.L., and W.G. Glasser. 1988. Multiphase materials with lignin. I. Blends of hydroxypropyl lignin with poly(methyl methacrylate). Polymer 29: 1021-1029.
  • Kelley, S.S., W.G. Glasser, and T.C. Ward. 1988. Engineering plastics from lignin. XIV. Characterization of chain-extended hydroxypropyl lignins. Journal of Wood Chemistry and Technology 8(3):341-359.
  • Ciemniecki, S.L., and W.G. Glasser. 1988. Multiphase materials with lignin. II. Blends of hydroxypropyl lignin with poly(vinyl alcohol). Polymer 29: 1030-1036.
  • Smith, D.C., W.G. Glasser, H.R. Glasser, and T.C. Ward. 1988. Simulation of reactions with lignin by computer (SIMREL) VII. About the gel structure of lignin. Cellulose Chemistry and Technology 22:171-190.
  • Glasser, W.G., J.S. Knudsen, and C.-S. Chang. 1988. Multiphase materials with lignin. III. Polyblends with ethylene-vinyl acetate copolymers. Journal of Wood Chemistry and Technology 8(2):221-234.
  • Glasser, W.G., and R.C. Strickland. 1987. Preliminary evaluation of an H2SO4-wood saccharification lignin for use in phenolic resins. Biomass 13, 235-254.
  • Kelley, S.S., T.G. Rials, and W.G. Glasser. 1987. Relaxation behavior of the amorphous components of wood. Journal of Materials Science 22: 617-624.
  • Glasser, W.G. 1987. Engineering plastics from lignin - toughness mechanisms. 1987 International Symposium on Wood and Pulping Chemistry 1( ):45-48.
  • Feng, J.H., and W.G. Glasser. 1986. The chemical structure of bagasse milled wood lignin. China Pulp & Paper 5(2):10-18.
  • Schultz, T.P., and W.G. Glasser. 1986. Quantitative structure analysis of lignin by diffuse reflectance fourier transform infrared spectrometry. Holzforschung 40 (Supplement), 37-44.
  • Rials, T.G., and W.G. Glasser. 1986. Engineering plastics from lignin. XIII. Effect of lignin structure on polyurethane network formation. Holzforschung 40(6), 353-360.
  • Feng, J.H., and W.G. Glasser. 1986. The chemical structure of bagasse kraft lignin. China Pulp & Paper 5(3):9-13.
  • Saraf, V.P., W.G. Glasser, and G.L. Wilkes. 1985. Engineering plastics from lignin. VII. Structure property relationships of polybutadiene glycol-containing polyurethane networks. J. Appl. Polymer Sci. 30:3809-3823.
  • Newman, W.H., and W.G. Glasser. 1985. Engineering plastics from lignin. XII. Synthesis and performance of lignin adhesives with isocyanates and melamine. Holzforschung 39(6), 345-353.
  • Chum, H.L., S.K. Parker, D.A. Feinberg, J.D. Wright, P.A. Rice, S.A. Sinclair, and W.G. Glasser. 1985. The Economic Contribution of Lignins to Ethanol Production from Biomass. SERI/TR 231(2488):1-86.
  • Saraf, V.P., W.G. Glasser, G.L. Wilkes, and J.E. McGrath. 1985. Engineering plastics from lignin. VI. Structure-property relationships of PEG-containing polyurethane networks. J. Appl. Polymer Sci. 30:2207-2224.
  • Rials, T.G., and W.G. Glasser. 1984. plastics from lignin. IV. Effect of crosslink density on polyurethane film properties--Variation NCO:OH ratio. Holzforschung 38(4):191-199.
  • Rials, T.G., and W.G. Glasser. 1984. Characterizing wood components as network polymers by dynamic mechanical analysis. Wood and Fiber Science 16(4):537-542.
  • Glasser, W.G., and R.H. Leitheiser. 1984. Engineering plastics from lignin. XI. Hydroxypropyl lignins as componenets of fire resistant foams. Polymer Bulletin 12( ):1-5.
  • Muller, P.C., and W.G. Glasser. 1984. Lignin's potential contribution to the feasibility of biomass conversion to ethanol. Biotechnology and Bioengineering Symp 13( ):481-494.
  • Wu, L.C.-F., and W.G. Glasser. 1984. Engineering plastics from lignin. I. Synthesis of hydroxypropyl lignin. J. Appl. Polymer Sci. 29(4):1111-23.
  • Saraf, V.P., and W.G. Glasser. 1984. Engineering plastics from lignin. III. Structure property relationships in solution cast polyurethane films. J. Appl. Polymer Sci. 29(5):1831-41.
  • Rials, T.G., and W.G. Glasser. 1984. Engineerings plastics from lignin. V. Effect of crosslink density on polyurethane film properties--Variation in polyol hydroxy content. Holzforschung 38(5):263-269.
  • Muller, P.C., and W.G. Glasser. 1984. Engineering plastics from lignin. VIII. Phenolic resin prepolymer synthesis and analysis. J. Adhesion 17(2):157-173.
  • Muller, P.C., S.S. Kelley, and W.G. Glasser. 1984. Engineering plastics from lignin. IX. Phenolic resin characterization and performance. J. Adhesion 17(3):185-206.
  • Rials, T.G., and W.G. Glasser. 1984. Engineering plastics from lignin. X. Enthalpy relaxation of prepolymrs. J. Wood Chemistry and Technology 4(3):331-345.
  • Glasser, W.G., C.A. Barnett, T.G. Rials, and V.P. Saraf. 1984. Engineering plastics from lignin. II. Characterization of hydroxyalkyl lignin derivatives. J. Appl. Polymer Sci. 29(5):1815-30.
  • Glasser, W., C. Barnett, T. Rials, and S. Kelley. 1983. Synthesis and characterization of several different hydroxyalkyl lignin derivatives. 1983 International Symposium on Wood and Pulping Chemistry 3( ):89-94.
  • Glasser, W.G., C.A. Barnett, P.C. Muller, and K.V. Sarkanen. 1983. The chemistry of several novel bioconversion lignins. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 31(5):921-930.
  • Glasser, W.G., C.A. Barnett and Y. Sano. 1983. Classification of lignins with different genetic and industrial origins. Applied Polymer Symposium 37( ):441-460.
  • Glasser, W.G., V.P. Saraf and W.H. Newman. 1982. Hydroxypropylated lignin-isocyanate combinations as bonding agents for wood and cellulosic fibers. J. Adhesion 14, 233-255.
  • Glasser, W.G. 1981. The potential role of lignin in tomorrow's wood utilization technologies. Forest Products Journal 31(3): 24-29.
  • Glasser, W.G. 1981. The chemistry of NSSC-pulping from the perspective of the structure of residual pulp lignins. Svensk Papperstidning 84(6):R25-R33.
  • Glasser, W.G., and H.R. Glasser. 1981. The evaluation of lignin's chemical structure by experimental and computer simulation techniques. Paperi ja Puu 63(2):71-83.
  • Glasser, W.G., J.-F. Selin, P.L. Hall, and S.W. Drew. 1981. The upgrading of the raw material value of lignin by microbiological and chemical means. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Wood and Pulping Chemistry. (The Ekman-Days 1981, Stockholm, Sweden, June 9-12) 4(1981):IV39-IV43.
  • Glasser, W.G., V.P. Saraf, and J.-F. Selin. 1981. The utilization of lignin as bonding agent for cellulosic fibers. Organic Coatings and Plastics Chemistry 45(American Chemical Society):551-555.
  • Glasser, W.G., H.R. Glasser, and N. Morohoshi. 1981. Simulation of reactions with lignin by computer (Simrel). VI. Interpretation of primary experimental analysis data ("Analysis Program"). Macromolecules 14(2):253-262.
  • Glasser, W.G. 1980. Opportunities and plans for a biosolar economy in Brazil, and its challenge to the developed world. Biosources Digest 2(2):117-127 (April, 1980).
  • Glasser, W.G., S.S. Honeycutt, C.A. Barnett, and N. Morohoshi. 1979. The structure of lignins in pulps. VI. Changes in lignin's functionality. Tappi 62(11):111-116.
  • Morohoshi, N., and W.G. Glasser. 1979. The structure of lignins in pulps. V. Gas and gel permeation chromatography of permanganate oxidation products. Wood Science and Technology 13(4):249-264.
  • Drew, S.W., K.L. Kadam, S.P. Shoemaker, W.G. Gasser, and P.L. Hall. 1979. Chemical feedstocks and fuels from lignins. A.I.Ch.E. Symposium Series V(74):21-25.
  • Hon, D.N.-S., and W.G. Glasser. 1979. On possible chromophoric structures in wood and pulps - A survey of the present state of knowledge. Polym.-Plast. Technol. Eng 12(2):159-179.
  • Morohoshi, N., and W.G. Glasser. 1979. The structure of lignins in pulps. IV. Comparative evaluation of five lignin depolymerization techniques. Wood Science and Technology 13(3):165-178.
  • Glasser, W.G., N. Morohoshi. 1979. The structure of lignins in pulps. VII. The distribution of interunit linkages in lignin. Tappi 62(12):101-105.
  • Hon, D.N.-S., and W.G. Glasser. 1979. The effect of mechanical action on wood and cell wall components. Tappi 62(10):107-110.
  • Wu, Leo C.-F., and W.G. Glasser. 1979. The utility of oxidative lignin determination methods for biodegraded lignocellulosic substrates. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 21(9):1679-1683.
  • Glasser, W.G., and C.A. Barnett. 1979. The structure of lignins in pulps. III. The association of. Tappi 62(8):101-105.
  • Glasser, W.G., and C.A. Barnett. 1979. The structure of lignins in pulps. II. A comparative evaluation of isolation methods. Holzforschung 33(3):78-86.
  • Kuan, G.S.S., and W.G. Glasser. 1977. Economic profile of the predecessor of the Centro Tecnico em Celulose e Papel of the Instituto de Pesquisas Technologicas of the State of Sao Paulo S/A. O Papel 38(3):61-64.
  • Glasser, W.G. 1977. Brazil-How to harness the biomass giant. Silvicultura 1977(12):107-112.
  • Glasser, W.G., O.H.-H. Hsu, and J. Nakano. 1976. Who is ahead in lignin research? A statistical survey of the current literature. Svensk Papperstidning 79(16):527-530.
  • Glasser, W.G., H.R. Glasser, and H.H.H. Nimz. 1976. Simulation of reactions with lignin by computer (Simrel). V. Non-dehydrogenative polymerization in lignin formation. Macromolecules 9(5):866-867.
  • Glasser, W.G., and H.R. Glasser. 1976. Simulation of reactions with lignin by computer (Simrel). III. The distribution of hydrogen. Cellulose Chemistry and Technology 10(1):23-37.
  • Glasser, W.G., and H.R. Glasser. 1976. Simulation of reactions with lignin by computer (Simrel). IV. Oxidation with permanganate and nitrobenzene. Cellulose Chemistry and Technology 10(1):39-52.
  • Hsu, O.H.-H., and W.G. Glasser. 1976. Polyurethane adhesives and coatings from modified lignin. Wood Science 9(2):97-103.
  • Mogharab, I., and W.G. Glasser. 1976. The structure of lignins in pulps. I. A new isolation method with thioglycolic acid. Tappi 59(10):110-113.
  • Glasser, W.G. 1976. Program of the Centro Tecnico em Celulose e Papel of the Instituto de Pesquisas Tecnologicas of the State of Sao Paulo S/A. O Papel 37(11):37-45.
  • Halliburton, B.W., W.G. Glasser, and J.M. Byrne. 1975. An anatomical study of the pericarp of Arachis hypogaea with special emphasis on the sclereid component. Botanical Gazette 136(2):219-223.
  • Glasser, W.G., J.S. Gratzl, J.J. Collins, K. Forss, and J.L. McCarthy. 1975. Lignin. 17. Preparation and characterization of acetyl lignin sulfonate methyl esters. Macromol. 8:565-573.
  • Glasser, W.G., and H.R. Glasser. 1974. Simulation of reactions with lignin by computer (Simrel). I. Polymerization of coniferyl alcohol monomers. Macromolecules 7(1):17-27.
  • Glasser, W.G., and F.S. Lin.. 1974. Removal of emulsified oil by sorption on southern pine bark. Forest Products Journal 24(9):87-91.
  • Glasser, W.G., J.S. Gratzl, K. Forss, J.J. Collins, B.F. Hrutfiord, L. N. Johanson, and J.L. McCarthy. 1974. Studies of low molecular weight lignin sulfonates. Environmental Protection Technology Series June, pp. 1-83.
  • Glasser, W.G., and H.R. Glasser. 1974. Simulation of reactions with lignin by computer (Simrel). II. A model for softwood lignin. Holzforschung 28(1):5-11.
  • Glasser, W.G., J.S. Gratzl, J.J. Collins, K. Forss, and J.L. McCarthy. 1973. Lignin. 16. Synthesis, NMR- and mass-spectroscopy of several monomeric and dimeric lignin-like sulfonates. Macromolecules 6:114-128.
  • Glasser, W.G., R.H. Slupski, and J.P. Clark. 1973. Pulp- and paper-making potential of peanut hull waste in blends with softwood pulp. Wood and Fiber 5(2):98-104.
  • Glasser, W.G. 1973. Dienolysis of Lignin: Cleavage of beta-aryl ethers by Diels-Alder synthesis. Polymer 14:395-397.
  • Forss, K., J.J. Collins, W.G. Glasser, J.S. Gratzl, and J.L. McCarthy. 1972. Spent sulfite liquor. 14. Preparation, fractionation, and preliminary characterization of gymnosperm liginin sulfonates from spent sulfite liquor and milled wood lignin. Tappi 55:1329-1333.
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