Enzymatic hydrolysis of beech wood lignocellulose at high solid contents and its utilization as substrate for the production of biobutanol and dicarboxylic acids.

@article{Tippktter2014EnzymaticHO,
  title={Enzymatic hydrolysis of beech wood lignocellulose at high solid contents and its utilization as substrate for the production of biobutanol and dicarboxylic acids.},
  author={Nils Tippk{\"o}tter and A Duwe and Sebastian Wiesen and Tim Sieker and Roland Ulber},
  journal={Bioresource technology},
  year={2014},
  volume={167},
  pages={447-55}
}
The development of a cost-effective hydrolysis for crude cellulose is an essential part of biorefinery developments. To establish such high solid hydrolysis, a new solid state reactor with static mixing is used. However, concentrations >10% (w/w) cause a rate and yield reduction of enzymatic hydrolysis. By optimizing the synergetic activity of cellulolytic enzymes at solid concentrations of 9%, 17% and 23% (w/w) of crude Organosolv cellulose, glucose concentrations of 57, 113 and 152 g L(-1… CONTINUE READING

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