Nereida Cordeiro
Nereida Cordeiro
Professor of Madeira University, Universidade da Madeira, Portugal
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Chemical composition and pulping of banana pseudo-stems
N Cordeiro, MN Belgacem, IC Torres, J Moura
Industrial Crops and Products 19 (2), 147-154, 2004
2662004
Utilization of various lignocellulosic biomass for the production of nanocellulose: a comparative study
B Deepa, E Abraham, N Cordeiro, M Mozetic, AP Mathew, K Oksman, ...
Cellulose 22 (2), 1075-1090, 2015
1822015
Cork suberin as a new source of chemicals.: 1. Isolation and chemical characterization of its composition
N Cordeiro, MN Belgacem, AJD Silvestre, CP Neto, A Gandini
International Journal of Biological Macromolecules 22 (2), 71-80, 1998
1551998
Chemical composition of different morphological parts from ‘Dwarf Cavendish’banana plant and their potential as a non-wood renewable source of natural products
L Oliveira, N Cordeiro, DV Evtuguin, IC Torres, AJD Silvestre
Industrial Crops and Products 26 (2), 163-172, 2007
1272007
13C solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance and Fourier transform infrared studies of the thermal decomposition of cork
CP Neto, J Rocha, A Gil, N Cordeiro, AP Esculcas, S Rocha, I Delgadillo, ...
Solid state nuclear magnetic resonance 4 (3), 143-151, 1995
971995
Natural fibers characterization by inverse gas chromatography
N Cordeiro, C Gouveia, AGO Moraes, SC Amico
Carbohydrate Polymers 84 (1), 110-117, 2011
862011
Biodegradable nanocomposite films based on sodium alginate and cellulose nanofibrils
B Deepa, E Abraham, LA Pothan, N Cordeiro, M Faria, S Thomas
Materials 9 (1), 50, 2016
842016
Investigation of surface properties of physico-chemically modified natural fibres using inverse gas chromatography
N Cordeiro, C Gouveia, MJ John
Industrial Crops and Products 33 (1), 108-115, 2011
772011
Structural characterization of stalk lignin from banana plant
L Oliveira, D Evtuguin, N Cordeiro, AJD Silvestre
Industrial crops and products 29 (1), 86-95, 2009
702009
Characterization of lignocellulosic materials
TQ Hu
Blackwell, 2008
702008
Investigation on the surface properties of chemically modified natural fibers using inverse gas chromatography
N Cordeiro, M Ornelas, A Ashori, S Sheshmani, H Norouzi
Carbohydrate Polymers 87 (4), 2367-2375, 2012
692012
Urethanes and polyurethanes from suberin: 1. Kinetic study
N Cordeiro, MN Belgacem, A Gandini, CP Neto
Industrial Crops and Products 6 (2), 163-167, 1997
681997
Lipophilic phytochemicals from banana fruits of several Musa species
C Vilela, SAO Santos, JJ Villaverde, L Oliveira, A Nunes, N Cordeiro, ...
Food chemistry 162, 247-252, 2014
602014
Lipophilic extracts from banana fruit residues: a source of valuable phytosterols
L Oliveira, CSR Freire, AJD Silvestre, N Cordeiro
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 56 (20), 9520-9524, 2008
582008
Urethanes and polyurethanes from suberin 2: synthesis and characterization
N Cordeiro, MN Belgacem, A Gandini, CP Neto
Industrial Crops and Products 10 (1), 1-10, 1999
491999
Dwarf Cavendish as a Source of Natural Fibers in Poly (propylene)‐Based Composites
H Faria, N Cordeiro, MN Belgacem, A Dufresne
Macromolecular Materials and Engineering 291 (1), 16-26, 2006
482006
Cork suberin as a new source of chemicals: 2. Crystallinity, thermal and rheological properties
N Cordeiro, NM Belgacem, A Gandini, CP Neto
Bioresource technology 63 (2), 153-158, 1998
461998
Surface properties of suberin
N Cordeiro, P Aurenty, MN Belgacem, A Gandini, CP Neto
Journal of colloid and interface science 187 (2), 498-508, 1997
451997
The ripe pulp of Mangifera indica L.: A rich source of phytosterols and other lipophilic phytochemicals
C Vilela, SAO Santos, L Oliveira, JF Camacho, N Cordeiro, CSR Freire, ...
Food Research International 54 (2), 1535-1540, 2013
412013
Isolation and Characterization of a Lignin-Like Polymer of the Cork of Quercus suber L.
CP Neto, N Cordeiro, A Seca, F Domingues, A Gandini, D Robert
Walter de Gruyter, Berlin/New York 50 (6), 563-568, 1996
411996
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