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- Adamovic, Tijana, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Industrial crops and products 2019 v.133 pp. 72-78
- Jerusalem artichokes; acids; biomass; biorefining; fructooligosaccharides; fructose; hydrolysis; inulin; lignocellulose; models
- ... In a biorefinery approach, inulin and inulin-rich biomass as Jerusalem artichoke (JA) could be transformed into platform chemicals such as fructose and/or pyruvaldehyde. To do so, the FASTSUGARS pilot plant proved to be a promising alternative for the selective conversion of biomass. In this work, inulin and JA were hydrolyzed in supercritical water (SCW) for the first time. Commercial inulin was ...