Development of near infrared spectroscopy models for the quantitative prediction of the lignocellulosic components of wet Miscanthus samples.

Abstract

Miscanthus samples were scanned over the visible and near infrared wavelengths at several stages of processing (wet-chopped, air-dried, dried and ground, and dried and sieved). Models were developed to predict lignocellulosic and elemental constituents based on these spectra. The dry and sieved scans gave the most accurate models; however the wet-chopped… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.biortech.2012.05.137

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@article{Hayes2012DevelopmentON, title={Development of near infrared spectroscopy models for the quantitative prediction of the lignocellulosic components of wet Miscanthus samples.}, author={Daniel J. Hayes}, journal={Bioresource technology}, year={2012}, volume={119}, pages={393-405} }