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Kinetic modeling analysis of maleic acid‐catalyzed hemicellulose hydrolysis in corn stover
  • Y. Lu, N. Mosier
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Biotechnology and bioengineering
  • 15 December 2008
Maleic acid‐catalyzed hemicellulose hydrolysis reaction in corn stover was analyzed by kinetic modeling. Kinetic constants for Saeman and biphasic hydrolysis models were analyzed by an Arrhenius‐typeExpand
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Comparison of glucose/xylose cofermentation of poplar hydrolysates processed by different pretreatment technologies
The inhibitory effects of furfural and acetic acid on the fermentation of xylose and glucose to ethanol in YEPDX medium by a recombinant Saccharomyces cerevisiae strain (LNH‐ST 424A) wereExpand
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Biomimetic Catalysis for Hemicellulose Hydrolysis in Corn Stover
Efficient and economical hydrolysis of plant cell wall polysaccharides into monomeric sugars is a significant technical hurdle in biomass processing for renewable fuels and chemicals. One possibleExpand
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Strengthening domains in a Ni-21Cr-17Mo alloy
The yield strength of a newly developed commercial Ni–21Cr–17Mo (wt.%) alloy (HASTELLOY ® C-22HS alloy) can be approximately doubled over a temperature range up to about 600 °C by subjecting theExpand
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Impact of urbanization on CO2 emissions and energy consumption structure: A panel data analysis for Chinese prefecture-level cities
Abstract Based on data of 188 prefecture-level cities, this article analyzes the relationship among urbanization, CO2 emissions and energy consumption structure. We find that there is an invertedExpand
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Environmental evolution recorded by lipid biomarkers from the Tawan loess–paleosol sequences on the west Chinese Loess Plateau during the late Pleistocene
This study provides a reconstruction of the environmental evolution since 128 ka recorded by the lipid biomarkers of the C15–C35n-alkanes, the C13–C33n-alkan-2-ones and the C12–C30n-alkanols isolatedExpand
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An Eulerian method for transient nonlinear free surface wave problems
Abstract An Eulerian difference method is developed for the transient potential flow of an incompressible fluid with fully nonlinear free surface conditions. The free surface coordinate y = ν ( x , tExpand
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Improvement of glycine oxidase by DNA shuffling, and site-saturation mutagenesis of F247 residue.
Glyphosate is a broad spectrum herbicide widely used throughout the world, and it could be degraded by glycine oxidase (GO) through CN bond cleavage. For a better understanding of theExpand
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