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Lignocellulosic biomass is considered as one of the most promising feedstocks for producing fuel ethanol because of its global availability and environmental benefits of its use. In this paper, the process of lignocellulosic ethanol production was investigated at its present state of development. The experimental data from the East China University of(More)
In the Tibetan permafrost region, vegetation types and soil properties have been affected by permafrost degradation, but little is known about the corresponding patterns of their soil microbial communities. Thus, we analyzed the effects of vegetation types and their covariant soil properties on bacterial and fungal community structure and membership and(More)
Pyrolysis of biomass was carried out in a fluidized bed unit (5 kg/h) with the objective of maximizing liquid yield. Liquid product formed in pyrolysis was separated into two phases: water phase and oil phase. The oil phase was upgraded by sulfided Co-Mo-P catalyst in an autoclave. Effects of reaction conditions on the product distribution were(More)
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