3.4.10. Quality Assurance (QA). Both Government- and contractor-performed work should be subject to inspections for quality. Quality control is the contractor's (or civil service, if applicable) program in place to ensure that the product or service meets the quality requirements of the specification or work order.
While higher temperatures can, in some embodiments, be advantageous, e.g., when a faster reaction rate is desired, it is advantageous to control the heating of the biomass to retain control over the chemical reactions initiated by the ionizing radiation, such as crosslinking, chain scission and/or grafting, e.g., to maintain process control.
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Currently, the majority of kraft lignin is burned in the recovery boiler to produce energy for the process . Major non-fuel utilization of kraft lignin includes its modification to produce lignin based dispersants, lignin based thermoset plastic, resin, and carbon fibers . These products are mainly produced via sulfomethylation or amination
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