Sustainable green pretreatment approach to biomass-to-energy conversion using natural hydro-low-transition-temperature mixtures

Yiin, C.L. and Quitain, A.T. and Yusup, S. and Uemura, Y. and Sasaki, M. and Kida, T. (2018) Sustainable green pretreatment approach to biomass-to-energy conversion using natural hydro-low-transition-temperature mixtures. Bioresource Technology, 261 . pp. 361-369.

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Natural hydro-low-transition-temperature mixtures (NH-LTTMs) tend to be the most favorable next-generation green solvents for biomass pretreatment, as they are cheap and environmental friendly. The amount of water bound into the NH-LTTMs greatly affected their thermal stability, whereby the highest thermal stability was observed with the water content of 7.6 wt. It is worth noting that, the highest molar transition energy of NH-LTTMs (47.57 kcal mol�1), which indicated the highest solubility, was optimized with the molar ratio of hydrogen bond donor (HBD)-hydrogen bond acceptor (HBA)-water (2:4:3) at a temperature of 60 °C. Hydrogen bonding networks of the NH-LTTMs, which led to the dissolution of biomass, were confirmed by the alteration in the peaks of the involved bonds and resonance signal to lower field through FTIR and 1H NMR spectra, respectively. The components evidenced in high-resolution mass spectra of extracted lignin showed its high potential to be valorized into useful fuels and chemicals. © 2018 Elsevier Ltd

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Uncontrolled Keywords:Biomass; Energy conversion; Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy; Mass spectrometry; Microwaves; Mixtures; Nuclear magnetic resonance; Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy; Temperature; Thermodynamic stability, Environmental-friendly; Green solvents; High-resolution mass spectrum; Hydrogen bond acceptors; Hydrogen bonding network; Low-transition temperature; Malic acids; Pre-Treatment, Hydrogen bonds, carbon dioxide; hydrogen; lignin; oxygen; water, bioenergy; biomass; chemical bonding; hydrogen; low temperature; microwave radiation; solvent; temperature effect, Article; biomass conversion; controlled study; dissolution; energy conversion; green chemistry; high temperature; hydrogen bond; hydrogenolysis; infrared spectroscopy; low temperature; matrix assisted laser desorption ionization time of flight mass spectrometry; molecular weight; priority journal; proton nuclear magnetic resonance; response surface method; room temperature; thermostability; transition temperature; viscosity; water content, Biomass; Hydrogen Bonds; Microwaves; Mixtures; Nuclear Magnetic Resonance; Temperature
Departments / MOR / COE:Research Institutes > Institute for Sustainable Building
ID Code:21442
Deposited By: Ahmad Suhairi
Deposited On:25 Sep 2018 06:34
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