Preparation of high molecular weight pH-responsive lignin-polyethylene glycol (L-PEG) and its application in enzymatic saccharification of lignocelluloses

@article{Cai2019PreparationOH,
  title={Preparation of high molecular weight pH-responsive lignin-polyethylene glycol (L-PEG) and its application in enzymatic saccharification of lignocelluloses},
  author={Cheng Jie Cai and Yu Bao and Yu Jin and Feiyun Li and Yuxia Pang and Hongming Lou and Yong Qian and Xueqing Qiu},
  journal={Cellulose},
  year={2019},
  volume={27},
  pages={755 - 767}
}
Highly recyclable pH-responsive lignin-polyethylene glycol (L-PEG) was synthesized to achieve enhanced lignocellulosic hydrolysis and recycling cellulase. The performance of L-PEG could be easily regulated by adjusting the molecular weight and the amount of PEG. The large molecular weight facilitated L-PEG to reduce the invalid adsorption of cellulase on lignin during hydrolysis and enhance its flocculation effect at around pH 3.0. L-PEG1000-40 obtained by adding 40 wt% (based on lignin… CONTINUE READING

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