Providing readers with a basic knowledge of biopolymers, The Role of Green Chemistry in Biomass and Processing and Conversion offers a score of methods and solutions to integrate green chemistry that will lead to cleaner burning fuels.
This up-to-date guide and review on applying green chemistry technologies covers recent advances on homogenous, heterogeneous catalytic system and biocatalysis for biomass conversion and the assessment of environmental and ecotoxicological effects of bioenergy and ionic liquids platforms, which is especially important to biorefinery manufacturing companies and researchers interested in chemical aspects of "clean technology".
Preface Haibo Xie, Nickolas Gathergood
Chapter 1: Introduction of Biomass and Biorefineries Birgit Kamm
Chapter 2: Recent advances in Green Chemistry Nicholas Gathergood
Chapter 3: Biorefinery with Ionic Liquids Haibo Xie,Wujun Liu, Ian Beadham, Nicholas Gathergood
Chapter 4: Biorefinery with Water X. Philip Ye, Leming Cheng, Haile Ma, Biljana Bujanovic, Mangesh J. Goundalkar, Thomas E. Amidon
Chapter 5: Supercritical CO2 as an Environmentally Benign Medium for Biorefinery Ray Marriott and Emily Sin
Chapter 6: Dissolution and Application of Cellulose in NaOH/urea Aqueous Solution Xiaopeng Xiong, Jiangjiang Duan
Chapter 7: Organosolv Biorefining Platform for Producing Chemicals, Fuels and Materials from Lignocellulose Xuejun Pan
Chapter 8: Pyrolysis Oils from Biomass and their Upgrading Qirong Fu, Haibo Xie, and Dimitris S. Argyropoulos
Chapter 9: Microwave Technology for Lignocellulosic Biorefinery Takashi Watanabe and Tomohiko Mitani
Chapter 10: Biorefinery with Microbes Cuimin Hu, Zongbao K. Zhao
Chapter 11: Heterogeneous Catalysts for Biomass Conversion Aiqin Wang, Changzhi Li, Mingyuan Zheng, Tao Zhang
Chapter 12: Catalytic Conversion of Glycerol Jie Xu, Weiqiang Yu, Hong Ma, Feng Wang, Fang Lu, Mukund Ghavr and Nicholas Gathergood
Chapter 13: Ultrasonics for Enhanced Fluid Biofuel Production David Grewell, Melissa Montalbo-Lomboy
Chapter 14: Advanced Membrane Technology for Products Separation in Biorefinery Shenghai Li, Suobo Zhang, Weihui Bi
Chapter 15: Assessment of the Ecotoxicological & Environmental Effects of Biorefineries Kerstin Bluhm, Sebastian Heger, Matthew T. Agler, Sibylle Maletz, Andreas Schaffer, Thomas-Benjamin Seiler, Largus T. Angenent, Henner Hollert
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