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Valorization of lignin waste from hydrothermal treatment of biomass: towards porous carbonaceous composites for continuous hydrogenation

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Alkali lignin has been accumulated as a by-product mixed with barium salts during the hydrothermal treatment of rye straw with Ba(OH)2. Direct heat treatment followed by acid washing of such mineralized lignin were performed in order to obtain a porous material that was further exploited for the synthesis of a carbonaceous supported FeNi nanoparticle composite as active catalysts for continuous hydrogenation.

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Submitted
13 Apr 2015
Accepted
20 Jul 2015
First published
20 Jul 2015

This article is Open Access

RSC Adv., 2015,5, 63691-63696
Article type
Communication

Valorization of lignin waste from hydrothermal treatment of biomass: towards porous carbonaceous composites for continuous hydrogenation

G. Chieffi, N. Fechler and D. Esposito, RSC Adv., 2015, 5, 63691
DOI: 10.1039/C5RA06635B

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