Characterization and depolymerization of concentrated sulfuric acid hydrolysis lignin
- Characterization and depolymerization of concentrated sulfuric acid hydrolysis lignin
- 마도브; 김창수; 서동진
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- 2010 춘계 한국화학공학회 학술대회
- Second generation bioethanol researches are focused on the cheaper and more abundant lignocellulosic biomass rather than starch and sugar rich feedstock.
Lignocellulosic biomass consists of three basic components: cellulose, hemicelluloses and lignin. Lignin is an amorphous and highly branched polymer of phenylpropane units which can account up to 40% of dry biomass weight.
Lignin is the least utilized component among these three major constituents. Lignocellulosics-to-ethanol process makes uses of the cellulose and hemicelluloses leaving lignin as a waste. In addition, pulp and paper refineries also generate huge amount of lignin
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