Kinetics of SO2-ethanol-water (AVAP®) fractionation of sugarcane straw

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Kinetics of SO2-ethanol-water (AVAP®) fractionation of sugarcane straw. / You, Xiang; van Heiningen, Adriaan; Sixta, Herbert; Iakovlev, Mikhail.

In: Bioresource Technology, Vol. 212, 2016, p. 111-119.

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You, Xiang ; van Heiningen, Adriaan ; Sixta, Herbert ; Iakovlev, Mikhail. / Kinetics of SO2-ethanol-water (AVAP®) fractionation of sugarcane straw. In: Bioresource Technology. 2016 ; Vol. 212. pp. 111-119.

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title = "Kinetics of SO2-ethanol-water (AVAP{\circledR}) fractionation of sugarcane straw",
abstract = "Kinetics of SO2-ethanol-water (AVAP{\circledR}) fractionation was determined for sugarcane (SC) straw in terms of pulp composition (non-carbohydrate components, cellulose, hemicelluloses) and properties (kappa number, pulp intrinsic viscosity in CED and cellulose degree of polymerization). Effect of temperature (135-165 °C) and time (18-118 min) was studied at fixed liquor composition (SO2/ethanol/water = 12:22.5:65.5, w/w) and a liquor-to-solid ratio (4 L kg-1). Interpretation is given in terms of major fractionation reactions, removal of non-carbohydrate components and xylan, as well as acid hydrolysis of cellulose, and is compared to other lignocellulosic substrates (beech, spruce and wheat straw). Overall, SO2-ethanol-water process efficiently fractionates SC straw by separating cellulose from both non-carbohydrate components and xylan while reducing cellulose DP.",
keywords = "AVAP{\circledR} process, Biofuels, Biorefinery, SO-ethanol-water fractionation, Sugarcane straw",
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AU - You, Xiang

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AU - Sixta, Herbert

AU - Iakovlev, Mikhail

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N2 - Kinetics of SO2-ethanol-water (AVAP®) fractionation was determined for sugarcane (SC) straw in terms of pulp composition (non-carbohydrate components, cellulose, hemicelluloses) and properties (kappa number, pulp intrinsic viscosity in CED and cellulose degree of polymerization). Effect of temperature (135-165 °C) and time (18-118 min) was studied at fixed liquor composition (SO2/ethanol/water = 12:22.5:65.5, w/w) and a liquor-to-solid ratio (4 L kg-1). Interpretation is given in terms of major fractionation reactions, removal of non-carbohydrate components and xylan, as well as acid hydrolysis of cellulose, and is compared to other lignocellulosic substrates (beech, spruce and wheat straw). Overall, SO2-ethanol-water process efficiently fractionates SC straw by separating cellulose from both non-carbohydrate components and xylan while reducing cellulose DP.

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