Thermochemical conversion of lignin for fuels and chemicals : a review.

Abstract : Lignin is one of the biomass components potentially usable as renewable resource to produce fuels or chemicals. After separation from the lignocellulosic matrix, this macromolecule is nowadays essentially valorized by combustion in paper mills. If second generation ethanol is produced in the future from lignocellulosic biomass, some increasing reserves of lignin will be available in addition to the ones coming from paper industry. The main thermochemical ways such as pyrolysis, solvolysis, hydrothermal conversion and hydroconversion considered for the valorization of the lignin are reviewed in this article.
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Benoit Joffres, Dorothée Laurenti, Nadège Charon, Antoine Daudin, Alain Quignard, et al.. Thermochemical conversion of lignin for fuels and chemicals : a review.. Oil & Gas Science and Technology - Revue d'IFP Energies nouvelles, Institut Français du Pétrole, 2013, 68 (4), pp.753-763. ⟨hal-00909054⟩

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