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- Ketsub, Napong, et al. Show all 2 Author
- Industrial crops and products 2018 v.123 pp. 238-246
- Candida tropicalis; Saccharomyces cerevisiae; batch systems; bioethanol; bioprocessing; biorefining; cellulose; economic feasibility; enzymatic hydrolysis; ethanol; ethanol production; fermentation; food industry; glucose; hemicellulose; hydrolysates; inoculum; lignocellulose; market value; pharmaceutical industry; profitability; saccharification; sugarcane bagasse; xylitol; xylose
- ... Economics of cellulosic ethanol production could be supported by high-value chemicals co-production, e.g. xylitol, which has high market value in food and pharmaceutical industries. Herein, we present an integrated sugarcane bagasse processing for the co-production of ethanol and xylitol from cellulose and hemicellulose, respectively. Process integration comprised pretreatment followed by separati ...