Ionic liquids and gamma-valerolactone as case studies for green solvents in the deconstruction and refining of biomass

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title = "Ionic liquids and gamma-valerolactone as case studies for green solvents in the deconstruction and refining of biomass",
abstract = "In quest of shifting to a sustainable biobased economy, lignocellulose is becoming an increasingly important feedstock. However, its valorization demands the deconstruction of the lignocellulosic matrix and selective fractionation of the single constituents. Established pulping and refining technologies are often focusing on the isolation of cellulose only or suffer from environmental shortcomings.Herein, we discuss the most recent developments regarding two novel solvent systems for biomass refining. We summarize the latest progress made in the area of ionic liquids, with a special emphasis on the techno-economic feasibility in terms of costs and recyclability. In the second part, we highlight the global achievements in the field of gamma-valerolactone-based pulping of biomass, looking at the key contributions from various continents.",
keywords = "ionic liquid, IL, Gamma-valerolactone, GVL, biorefinery, biomass fractionation, ionosolv, pulping, organosolv pulping",
author = "Huy L{\^e} and Herbert Sixta and Michael Hummel",
note = "HUOM! T{\"A}M{\"A} MANUSKA ON TILASSA CLOSED KUNNES ARTIKKELI ON JULKAISTU JA JULKAISUVIIVE M{\"A}{\"A}RITELTY KUSTANTAJAN JULKAISUP{\"A}IV{\"A}ST{\"A} ALKAEN. The manuscript is {"}{"}closed{"}{"} until the article has been published and the embargo date can be defined.",
year = "2019",
doi = "10.1016/j.cogsc.2018.11.009",
language = "English",
volume = "18",
pages = "20--24",
journal = "Current Opinion in Green and Sustainable Chemistry",
issn = "2452-2236",
publisher = "Elsevier BV",

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T1 - Ionic liquids and gamma-valerolactone as case studies for green solvents in the deconstruction and refining of biomass

AU - Lê, Huy

AU - Sixta, Herbert

AU - Hummel, Michael

N1 - HUOM! TÄMÄ MANUSKA ON TILASSA CLOSED KUNNES ARTIKKELI ON JULKAISTU JA JULKAISUVIIVE MÄÄRITELTY KUSTANTAJAN JULKAISUPÄIVÄSTÄ ALKAEN. The manuscript is ""closed"" until the article has been published and the embargo date can be defined.

PY - 2019

Y1 - 2019

N2 - In quest of shifting to a sustainable biobased economy, lignocellulose is becoming an increasingly important feedstock. However, its valorization demands the deconstruction of the lignocellulosic matrix and selective fractionation of the single constituents. Established pulping and refining technologies are often focusing on the isolation of cellulose only or suffer from environmental shortcomings.Herein, we discuss the most recent developments regarding two novel solvent systems for biomass refining. We summarize the latest progress made in the area of ionic liquids, with a special emphasis on the techno-economic feasibility in terms of costs and recyclability. In the second part, we highlight the global achievements in the field of gamma-valerolactone-based pulping of biomass, looking at the key contributions from various continents.

AB - In quest of shifting to a sustainable biobased economy, lignocellulose is becoming an increasingly important feedstock. However, its valorization demands the deconstruction of the lignocellulosic matrix and selective fractionation of the single constituents. Established pulping and refining technologies are often focusing on the isolation of cellulose only or suffer from environmental shortcomings.Herein, we discuss the most recent developments regarding two novel solvent systems for biomass refining. We summarize the latest progress made in the area of ionic liquids, with a special emphasis on the techno-economic feasibility in terms of costs and recyclability. In the second part, we highlight the global achievements in the field of gamma-valerolactone-based pulping of biomass, looking at the key contributions from various continents.

KW - ionic liquid

KW - IL

KW - Gamma-valerolactone

KW - GVL

KW - biorefinery

KW - biomass fractionation

KW - ionosolv

KW - pulping

KW - organosolv pulping

U2 - 10.1016/j.cogsc.2018.11.009

DO - 10.1016/j.cogsc.2018.11.009

M3 - Review Article

VL - 18

SP - 20

EP - 24

JO - Current Opinion in Green and Sustainable Chemistry

JF - Current Opinion in Green and Sustainable Chemistry

SN - 2452-2236

ER -

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