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Penrose Triangles of Fossil-to-Bio Transition

Abstract

Chemical industry transition from fossil to green feedstocks presents a complex process characterized by the generation of commercially viable feedstock-process-product triangles. The research in that area encompasses great diversity of relevant topics. A number of those topics have been addressed in the current volume of Faraday Discussions and are summarized in this paper. They are categorized and discussed along seven general questions arising within the feedstock-process-product triangles. Opportunities are identified that should make more of those triangles technically and economically feasible. The future role of renewable electricity as the primary energy source for the bio-based industry is emphasized.

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The article was accepted on 25 Jul 2017 and first published on 27 Jul 2017


Article type: Paper
DOI: 10.1039/C7FD00178A
Citation: Faraday Discuss., 2017, Accepted Manuscript
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    Penrose Triangles of Fossil-to-Bio Transition

    A. Stankiewicz, Faraday Discuss., 2017, Accepted Manuscript , DOI: 10.1039/C7FD00178A

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