Comparative study on concentrated sulphuric acid hydrolysis for lignocellulosic biomass conversion for high sugar concentration
- Comparative study on concentrated sulphuric acid hydrolysis for lignocellulosic biomass conversion for high sugar concentration
- 필립 위자야; Robertus Dhimas D.P.; 하정명; 김창수
- hydrolysis; lignocellulosic biomass; sulfuric acid; sugar extraction
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- Nordic wood biorefienery conference
- , 227-229
- - Two-step concentrated acid hydrolysis has been conducted with oak, pine, and EFB representing hardwood, softwood, and non-classified biomass.
- Crystallinity differences in raw biomasses and changes during the process has been clearly shown in XRD analysis, which could be an indicator for the recalcitrance of the biomasses against hydrolysis.
- Optimum condition was chosen with regard to the highest sugar yield in the shortest time.
- Pine has the highest recalcitrance based on the sugar yield and CrI correlation.
- Sugar yield ranges from 52 ~ 61 wt%(dry biomass based) from two-step sulfuric acid hydrolysis, which is about 80~92% of theoretically extractable sugars from the raw biomasses.
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