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Catalysis for Renewables
from Feedstock to Energy Production
edited by Gabriele Centi

Catalysis for Renewables from Feedstock to Energy Production focuses on catalysis and addressing two very hot and timely topics with significant implications for our future lives.

The authors outline how the use of catalysis will promote the more extensive use of renewable feedstocks in chemical and energy production. They present the latest applications, their applicability and results, making this a ready reference for researchers and engineers working in catalysis, chemistry, and industrial processes.

Contents

  1. Renewable Catalytic Technologies - a Perspective
  2. Lignocellulose Conversion: An Introduction to Chemistry, Process and Economics
  3. Process Options for the Catalytic Conversion of Renewables to Bioproducts
  4. Industrial Development and Application of Biobassed Oleochemicals
  5. Fine Chemicals from Renewables
  6. Options for Catalysis in the Thermochemical Conversion of Biomass into Fuels
  7. Thermal Biomass Conversion
  8. Thermal Biomass Conversion and NOx Emissions in Grate Furnaces
  9. Bioethanol: Production and Pathways for Upgrading and Valorization
  10. Conversion of Glycerol to Traffic Fuels
  11. Catalytic Transformation of Glycerol
  12. Catalytic Process for the Selective Epoxidation of Fatty Acids; More Environmentally Benign Routes
  13. Integration of Biocatalysis with Chemocatalysis: Cascade Catalysis and Multi-step Conversions in Concert
  14. Hydrogen Production and Fuel Cells as the Bridging Technologies Towards a Sustainable Energy System
  15. Pathways to Clean and Green Hyrogen
  16. Solar Energy for Hydrogen Production and CO2 Conversion

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from Feedstock to Energy Production
edited by Gabriele Centi

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