Wheat straw biomass: A resource for high-value chemicals

@article{Schnitzer2014WheatSB,
  title={Wheat straw biomass: A resource for high-value chemicals},
  author={M. Schnitzer and C. Monreal and E. E. Powell},
  journal={Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part B},
  year={2014},
  volume={49},
  pages={51 - 67}
}
Two methods are proposed for increasing the commercial value of wheat straw based on its chemical constituents. The first method involves the determination and extraction of the major organic components of wheat straw, and the second involves those found and extracted in the aqueous and viscous biooils derived from the straw by fast pyrolysis. We used pyrolysis-field ionization mass spectrometry to identify the fine chemicals, which have high commercial values. The most abundant organic… Expand
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