Separation of ionic liquid [Mmim][DMP] and glucose from enzymatic hydrolysis mixture of cellulose using alumina column chromatography

  title={Separation of ionic liquid [Mmim][DMP] and glucose from enzymatic hydrolysis mixture of cellulose using alumina column chromatography},
  author={Dexin Feng and Liangzhi Li and Fang Yang and Weiqiang Tan and Guoming Zhao and Huibin Zou and Mo Xian and Yingwei Zhang},
  journal={Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology},
Pretreatment of cellulose with ionic liquids (ILs) can improve the efficiency of the hydrolysis by increasing the surface area of the substrates accessible to solvents and cellulases. However, the IL methods are facing challenges to separate the hydrolyzed sugar products as well as the renewable ILs from the complex hydrolysis mixtures. In this study, an alumina column chromatography (ACC) method was developed for the separation of hydrophilic IL N-methyl-N-methylimidazolium dimethyl phosphate… CONTINUE READING


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