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Challenges and perspectives for catalysis in production of diesel from biomass

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  • The Production Of Biofuels Is Expected To Increase In The Future Due To Environmental Concerns
  • Accelerating Oil Prices And The Desire To Achieve Independence From Mineral Oil Sources
  • Of The Proposed Methods For Diesel Production From Biomass
  • The Esterification And Transesterification Of Plant Oils Or Waste Fats With Methanol Is The Most Pro
  • Homogeneous Acid And Base Catalysis Is Normally Used
  • But Solid Acids
  • Solid Bases
  • Ionic Liquids And Lipases Are Being Developed As Replacements
  • Hydrodeoxygenation Of Vegetable Oils Has Likewise Been Commercialized
  • Diesel From Biomass May Also Be Produced By Catalytic Upgrading Of Bio-Oils From Flash Pyrolysis
  • By Aqueous-Phase Reforming Of Carbohydrates Into Non- Or Mono-Functionalized Hydrocarbons Via Consec
  • Or By Gasification Of Biomass To Synthesis Gas Of Co And H2 And Liquefaction To Alkanes Via Fischer-
  • Here
  • The Current Challenges And Perspectives Regarding Catalysis And Raw Materials For Diesel Production
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Challenges and perspectives for catalysis in production of diesel from biomass - DTU Orbit (24/05/14) Challenges and perspectives for catalysis in production of diesel from biomass - DTU Orbit (24/05/14) Madsen, AT, Søndergaard, H, Fehrmann, R & Riisager, A 2011, 'Challenges and perspectives for catalysis in production of diesel from biomass' Biofuels, vol 2, no. 4, pp. 465-483., 10.4155/bfs.11.115

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