By Haibo Xie, Nicholas Gathergood
Sets the degree for the improvement of sustainable, environmentally pleasant fuels, chemical substances, and materials
Taking thousands of years to shape, fossil fuels are nonrenewable assets; it really is anticipated that they are going to be depleted by means of the top of this century. furthermore, the construction and use of fossil fuels have ended in huge environmental damage. The new release of environmentally pleasant strength from renewable assets resembling biomass is as a result crucial. This e-book specializes in the combination of eco-friendly chemistry innovations into biomass approaches and conversion with a purpose to take complete good thing about the possibility of biomass to exchange nonsustainable assets and meet international wishes for gas in addition to different chemical compounds and materials.
The position of eco-friendly Chemistry in Biomass Processing and Conversion positive aspects contributions from best specialists from Asia, Europe, and North the United States. targeting lignocellulosic biomass, the main plentiful biomass source, the publication starts off with a basic advent to biomass and biorefineries after which offers an replace at the most modern advances in eco-friendly chemistry that help biomass processing and conversion. subsequent, the authors describe present and rising biomass processing and conversion thoughts that use eco-friendly chemistry applied sciences, including:
- Green solvents akin to ionic drinks, supercritical CO2, and water
- Sustainable strength resources corresponding to microwave irradiation and sonification
- Green catalytic technologies
- Advanced membrane separation technologies
The final bankruptcy of the e-book explores the ecotoxicological and environmental results of changing and utilizing fuels, chemical substances, and fabrics from biomass.
Recommended for execs and scholars in chemical engineering, eco-friendly chemistry, and effort and fuels, The position of eco-friendly Chemistry in Biomass Processing and Conversion sets a robust origin for the improvement of a aggressive and sustainable bioeconomy.
This monograph encompasses a Foreword by way of James Clark (University of York, UK).
Chapter 1 creation of Biomass and Biorefineries (pages 1–26): Birgit Kamm
Chapter 2 fresh Advances in eco-friendly Chemistry (pages 27–73): Nicholas Gathergood
Chapter three Biorefinery with Ionic beverages (pages 75–133): Haibo Xie, Wujun Liu, Ian Beadham and Nicholas Gathergood
Chapter four Biorefinery with Water (pages 135–180): Philip Ye, Leming Cheng, Haile Ma, Biljana Bujanovic, Mangesh J. Goundalkar and Thomas E. Amidon
Chapter five Supercritical CO2 as an Environmentally Benign Medium for Biorefinery (pages 181–204): Ray Marriott and Emily Sin
Chapter 6 Dissolution and alertness of Cellulose in NaOH/Urea Aqueous resolution (pages 205–240): Xiaopeng Xiong and Jiangjiang Duan
Chapter 7 Organosolv Biorefining Platform for generating chemical substances, Fuels, and fabrics from Lignocellulose (pages 241–262): Xuejun Pan
Chapter eight Pyrolysis Oils from Biomass and Their Upgrading (pages 263–280): Qirong Fu, Haibo Xie and Dimitris S. Argyropoulos
Chapter nine Microwave know-how for Lignocellulosic Biorefinery (pages 281–291): Takashi Watanabe and Tomohiko Mitani
Chapter 10 Biorefinery with Microbes (pages 293–311): Cuimin Hu and Zongbao okay. Zhao
Chapter eleven Heterogeneous Catalysts for Biomass Conversion (pages 313–348): Aiqin Wang, Changzhi Li, Mingyuan Zheng and Tao Zhang
Chapter 12 Catalytic Conversion of Glycerol (pages 349–373): Jie Xu, Weiqiang Yu, Hong Ma, Feng Wang, Fang Lu, Mukund Ghavre and Nicholas Gathergood
Chapter thirteen Ultrasonics for superior Fluid Biofuel creation (pages 375–405): David Grewell and Melissa Montalbo?Lomboy
Chapter 14 complex Membrane know-how for items Separation in Biorefinery (pages 407–433): Shenghai Li, Suobo Zhang and Weihui Bi
Chapter 15 evaluation of the Ecotoxicological and Environmental results of Biorefineries (pages 435–467): Kerstin Bluhm, Sebastian Heger, Matthew T. Agler, Sibylle Maletz, Andreas Schaffer, Thomas?Benjamin Seiler, Largus T. Angenent and Henner Hollert
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