Acidic Solvolysis of Softwood in Recycled Polyethylene Glycol System


The acidic solvolysis of lignocellulose using a glycol solvent such as polyethylene glycol (PEG) is a promising process for separating its components and producing a valuable lignin product that can be used as thermoplastic and fusible materials. To decrease operational costs, a glycol solvent that is used as a solvolysis reagent must be recovered and… (More)

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