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      Native cellulose: a composite of two distinct crystalline forms.

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          Multiplicities in the resonances of chemically equivalent carbons, which appear in the solid-state carbon-13 nuclear magnetic resonance spectra of native celluloses, have been examined at high resolution. The patterns of variation are consistent with the existence of two distinct crystalline forms. One form is dominant in bacterial and algal celluloses, whereas the other is dominant in celluloses from higher plants.

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          Science
          Science (New York, N.Y.)
          American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
          0036-8075
          0036-8075
          Jan 20 1984
          : 223
          : 4633
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          223/4633/283
          10.1126/science.223.4633.283
          17801599
          21ec7796-7fd9-40d5-aaa8-0046182e577b
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