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Energy densification of levulinic acid by thermal deoxygenation

Corresponding authors
Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering and Forest Bioproducts Research Institute, 5737 Jenness Hall, Orono, USA
E-mail: cwheeler@umche.maine.edu
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Green Chem., 2010,12, 1353-1356

DOI: 10.1039/C005067A
Received 13 Apr 2010, Accepted 02 Jun 2010
First published online 23 Jun 2010
Open Access
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