Increased selectivity in the formation of glucose from cellobiose hydrolysis over phosphoric acid-treated niobic acid
- Increased selectivity in the formation of glucose from cellobiose hydrolysis over phosphoric acid-treated niobic acid
- 아뎁; 최재욱; 서동진; 서영웅
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- 2010년 추계 한국청정기술학회 총회 및 학술 발표회
- , 271-273
- To reduce the dependence of fossil fuels as well as to limit the global warming caused byemission of carbon dioxides, the development of economical and highly energy-efficient cellulosicbiomass conversion into sustainable liquid fuels is considerable worthwhile. Cellulose, the mostabundant organic compounds in the biomass, can be converted to glucose upon hydrolysis reaction,while HMF can be produced from glucose by dehydration ofwater via glucose-fructose isomenzation.Glucose is an industrially important chemical used to form sugar alcohols by hydrogenation and alsocarbonyl-containing furan compounds such as 5-hydroxymethy1furfura1 (HMF) and furfural by acid-catalyzed dehydration, In addition, glucose and HMF are particularly interesting compounds used tosynthesize a wide range of fuels and chemicals, Catalytic conversion of cellulose to glucose/HMFthrough acid hydrolysis/dehydration could be an important route for further producing biomass-derived alkanes [I], An optimal cellulose pretreatment, suitable solvent and a highly active andselective catalyst are necessary for this conversion.
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