Biochemical Conversion of Biomass

Biochemical conversion of biomass involves use of bacteria, microorganisms and enzymes to breakdown biomass into gaseous or liquid fuels, such as biogas or bioethanol.  The most popular biochemical technologies are anaerobic digestion (or biomethanation) and fermentation. Anaerobic digestion is … DalinYebo‘s insight: Why not be smarter? (A) The biomass pretreatment does not have to be […]

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Biochemical conversion of biomass involves use of bacteria, microorganisms and enzymes to breakdown biomass into gaseous or liquid fuels, such as biogas or bioethanol.  The most popular biochemical technologies are anaerobic digestion (or biomethanation) and fermentation. Anaerobic digestion is …

DalinYebo‘s insight:

Why not be smarter?

(A) The biomass pretreatment does not have to be a cost (see dalinyebo.com/Paid4PreTreatmet).

(Z) In our humble opinion, it is a waste to ‘destroy’ about ±60% of the pentoses in the process of fermenting them to ethanol (see dalinyebo.com/Cellulosic-Plus).

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