Bioconversion of synthesis gas to second generation biofuels: A review

@article{Mohammadi2011BioconversionOS,
  title={Bioconversion of synthesis gas to second generation biofuels: A review},
  author={M. Mohammadi and G. Najafpour and H. Younesi and Pooya Lahijani and M. H. Uzir and A. Mohamed},
  journal={Renewable \& Sustainable Energy Reviews},
  year={2011},
  volume={15},
  pages={4255-4273}
}
The ever increasing concerns over fluctuating price of oil and the possible future supply constrains have reinforced the need for alternative fuel resources. Use of synthesis gas (syngas) to generate fuels through a microbial route would likely be an option to address part of this challenge. Syngas fermentation offers a pathway for sustainable synthesis of fuels and chemicals with lots of advantages over catalytic syngas conversion. This work reviews the available literature on production of… Expand
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