By Michele Aresta,Angela Dibenedetto,Franck Dumeignil,Gennaro Agrimi,Efthymia Alexopoulou,Elisavet D. Bartzoka,Antonio Buonerba,Fabrizio Cavani,Myrsini Christou,Antonella Colucci,Jean-Luc Couturier,Claudia Crestini,Jean-Luc Dubois,Ioannis Eleftheriadis,Maria
Biorefineries compiles the fundamental technological know-how and applied sciences used to transform terrestrial and aquatic biomass into crucial molecular compounds and polymeric fabrics. The e-book offers intensive insights into this particularly fresh idea of commercial chemistry that goals to accomplish optimum fiscal gains whereas minimizing the environmental influence. Chapters written by means of well known specialists conceal, among others, the applying of catalysis, downstream processing, biomass sourced olefins, lignin biorefinery recommendations and biogas.
The authors completely research and clarify the price chain for biomass conversion into platform molecules and their transformation into ultimate items. A accomplished thematic evaluate at the subject giving newbies entry to basic thoughts is gifted. Supplemented via a number of complete colour figures and tables, the contents impart wisdom in regards to the concerned strategies. complex scholars and specialists within the box will locate the precis of state of the art examine and present literature of useful interest.
- Explores the big strength of biomass conversion as a destiny resource for fuels and chemical compounds
- Focuses on either common medical historical past and present concepts within the box of biorefinery
- Targets scholars and researchers in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Biotechnology, and fabrics Science
About the Editors
Prof. Michele Aresta, Chair of the medical Committee of CIRCC in Italy and holds the IMM Chair on the division of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at NUS, Singapore. he's writer of over 2 hundred papers and writer or Editor of 9 books.
Prof. Angela Dibenedetto, Associate Professor on the division of Chemistry of the college of Bari (Italy) all in favour of carbon dioxide usage through employing biorefinery suggestions; and Director of the Interuniversity Consortium on Chemical Reactivity and Catalysis-CIRCC.
Prof. Franck Dumeignil, Deputy Director of the CNRS joint Unit of Catalysis and Chemistry of good (UCCS) of Lille collage (France); undertaking coordinator of a number of initiatives on chemistry, together with the EuroBioRef undertaking for designing subsequent iteration biorefineries.
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Biorefineries: An Introduction (De Gruyter Textbook) by Michele Aresta,Angela Dibenedetto,Franck Dumeignil,Gennaro Agrimi,Efthymia Alexopoulou,Elisavet D. Bartzoka,Antonio Buonerba,Fabrizio Cavani,Myrsini Christou,Antonella Colucci,Jean-Luc Couturier,Claudia Crestini,Jean-Luc Dubois,Ioannis Eleftheriadis,Maria