The Conversion of Starch and Sugars into Branched C10 and C11 Hydrocarbons.

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Oligosaccharides, such as starch, cellulose, and hemicelluloses, are abundant and easily obtainable bio-derived materials that can potentially be used as precursors for fuels and chemical feedstocks. To access the pertinent molecular building blocks (i.e., 5- or 6-carbon containing sugar units) located within these biopolymers and transform them into useful… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/cssc.201600669

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@article{Sutton2016TheCO, title={The Conversion of Starch and Sugars into Branched C10 and C11 Hydrocarbons.}, author={Andrew D Sutton and Jin Kon Kim and Ruilian Wu and Caroline B Hoyt and David B Kimball and Louis A Pete Silks and John C. Gordon}, journal={ChemSusChem}, year={2016}, volume={9 17}, pages={2298-300} }