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Upgrading biogenic furans: blended C10–C12 platform chemicals via lyase-catalyzed carboligations and formation of novel C12 – choline chloride-based deep-eutectic-solvents

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Abstract

Benzaldehyde lyase (BAL) results in an efficient biocatalyst for the umpolung carboligation of furfural, HMF, and mixtures of them, leading to blended C10–C12 platform chemicals. Subsequently, the mixing and gentle heating (<100 °C) of the formed hydroxy-ketone with choline chloride leads to the formation of a novel biomass-derived deep-eutectic-solvent.

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Submitted
11 Feb 2015
Accepted
02 Mar 2015
First published
09 Mar 2015

This article is Open Access

Green Chem., 2015,17, 2714-2718
Article type
Communication
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Upgrading biogenic furans: blended C10–C12 platform chemicals via lyase-catalyzed carboligations and formation of novel C12 – choline chloride-based deep-eutectic-solvents

J. Donnelly, C. R. Müller, L. Wiermans, C. J. Chuck and P. Domínguez de María, Green Chem., 2015, 17, 2714
DOI: 10.1039/C5GC00342C

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