Agricultural waste, cow dung, was used as feedstock for the production of a high value–added chemical levulinic acid (LA).
Growing the Bioeconomy
A Renaissance: Furfural for Rocket Fuel
Furaline, the 1950s rocket fuel that was also used to booster rockets of the first interceptor jets
Closing In on Butanol for Biofuel
Butanol is the go-to industrial solvent for products such as lacquers and enamels, but it might also play a substantial role in the production of renewable fuels.
Furfuryl Alcohol is Rocket Fuel (Then and Now)
Flying to the Mars on Corncobs? Furfural, the pre-cursor to furfuryl alcohol...
Carbon-Carbon Coupling Reactions of Furan and Furfural (liquid transportation fuels)
Abstract: Upgrading of furan and small oxygenates obtained from the...
Efficient Solid Acid Catalyst for the Production of Furfurals
5-hydroxymethylfurfural and furfural from biomass-derived mono- and disaccharides
Lignocellulosic Biomass into a Jet Fuel
A key challenge in the biofuels landscape is to get more advanced...
Carving out a future for biomass conversion to jet fuel
Proposed strategies to convert lignocellulose to aviation fuels have underused components, preventing their commercialisation.
Rethinking Biofuel Yields
The big picture of biorefining is all about finding The-Right-Balance™
Furfuryl alcohol to ethyl levulinate
Conversion of furfuryl alcohol to ethyl levulinate using porous...
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