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- Arora, Anju; Carrier, Danielle Julie
- ACS sustainable chemistry 2015 v.3 no.10 pp. 2423-2428
- enzymatic hydrolysis; hydrolysis, etc ; Pinus taeda; acetic acid; biomass; buffering capacity; byproducts; citrates; economic sustainability; enzyme activity; feedstocks; fermentation; formic acid; furfural; hydrolysates; hydroxymethylfurfural; manufacturing; pH; saccharification; sugar content; United States; Show all 21 Subjects
- ... In the United States, loblolly pine is touted as a potential feedstock for biobased product manufacturing, as it is fast growing and abundant in the southeast. To release the sugar content from pine biomass, pretreatment must occur. Dilute acid pretreatment is, among others, a pretreatment method that can be used. Unfortunately, this pretreatment results in the production of inhibitory byproducts, ...