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- Liu, Yanrong; Nie, Yi; Lu, Xingmei; Zhang, Xiangping; He, Hongyan; Pan, Fengjiao; Zhou, Le; Liu, Xue; Ji, Xiaoyan; Zhang, Suojiang
- Green chemistry 2019 v.21 no.13 pp. 3499-3535
- adsorbents; aerogels; biomass; bioplastics; carbon nanotubes; cellulose; dispersants; dyes; electric field; feedstocks; fossil fuels; graphene; green chemistry; hemicellulose; high-value products; hydrodynamics; ionic liquids; lignin; lignocellulose; microwave radiation; sustainable development; ultrasonic treatment
- ... Lignocellulosic biomass is a potential sustainable feedstock to replace fossil fuels. However, the complex structure of biomass makes it difficult to convert into high-value products. Utilization of lignocellulosic biomass in a green and effective way is of great significance for sustainable development. Based on the analysis of different options, we proposed that cascade utilization according to ...
- Jin, Xin; Feng, Jianying; Song, Hongbing; Yao, Jiajun; Ma, Qingqing; Zhang, Mei; Yu, Cong; Li, Shumei; Yu, Shitao
- Green chemistry 2019 v.21 no.13 pp. 3583-3596
- alkenes; ambient temperature; catalysts; catalytic activity; green chemistry; guanidinium; hydrogenation; ion exchange; ionic liquids; ligands; phosphine; rhodium; sulfonates
- ... The major limitation of classic biphasic ionic liquid (IL) catalysis is the heavy use of solvent ILs, which not only violates green chemistry principles but also even worsens catalytic efficiency. So it has always been a challenge finding ways to use ILs more efficiently, economically, and greenly to construct highly effective and long term stable IL catalytic systems. In this work, we synthesized ...