Biomass Derived Heterogeneous and Homogeneous Catalysts
Martín, José María Encinar (editor)
Delgado, Sergio Nogales (editor)
In this book, the performance of homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysts applied in biomass processing was assessed, paying special attention to the main advantages and challenges related to their use. Indeed, these challenges are opportunities to develop new research lines that could be fruitful in the near future. Thus, different studies are included, dealing with diverse subjects, with one main goal in common: the improvement of different aspects related to biomass processing through the use of catalysts.
Keywordsnanospheroids; zinc-doped CaO; natural triglycerides; aminolysis; heterogeneous catalyst; recyclability; catalyst; sodium hydroxide; fatty acid methyl ester; central composite rotatable design; operational conditions; aerated irrigation; soil enzyme activity; soil microbial biomass; soil respiration; bio-derived phenol; Ni-Cu-Co/Al2O3; in-situ hydrodeoxygenation; cyclohexane; hydrogenolysis; biomass; 5-hydroxymethylfurfural; 2,5-furandicrboxylic acid; aerobic oxidation; metal catalysts; acid catalysis; biodiesel; biofuel; esterification; fatty acid; methanolysis; molybdenum oxide; transesterification; vegetable oil; fatty acid methyl esters; 2-ethyl-1-hexanol; 1-heptanol; 4-methyl-2-pentanol; viscosity; flash and combustion points; methyl oleate; methyl ricinoleate; cellulase; cellulose; paper sludge; Saccharomyces cerevisiae; synergism; furfural; carbon-supported catalyst; xylose conversion; iron; heterogeneous catalysts; thermoset polymer; epoxy; cellulose nanofiber; curing characteristics; thermal properties; mechanical properties; RSM; numerical optimization; keratinase; feather; Bacillus sp.; amino acids; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021
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