New Routes to Transform Lignin Macromolecules for Sustainable Production of Aviation Fuel, Chemicals and Materials, 2016 Pulping, Engineering, Environmental, Recycling, Sustainability (PEERS) Conference Proceedings 


Lignin is a ubiquitous component in almost all plant biomass. Large quantities of industrial lignin are produced annually from the pulp and paper industry, most of which are burned as a low cost fuel to provide energy for the papermaking process. The emerging biomass refinery industry is expected to bring about an enormous amount of lignin (1). Thus, there is an urgent need to develop technologies that can create new applications for biorefinery lignin. 

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New Routes to Transform Lignin Macromolecules for Sustainabl
New Routes to Transform Lignin Macromolecules for Sustainable Production of Aviation Fuel, Chemicals and Materials, 2016 PEERS
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Author: R.Ma, M.Guo, K.Lin, M.Guo, C.Alvarez, S.Geleynse, V.R.Hebert, J.Zhang, M.P.Wolcott, M.Lilga, S.J.Lee