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Title: Lignocellulose in Future Biorefineries: Strategies for Cost-effective Production of Biomaterials and Bioenergy.
Authors: Reshmy, R
Philip, E
Madhavan, A
Sirohi, R
Pugazhendhi, A
Binod, P
Awasthi, M K
Vivek, N
Kumar, V
Sindhu, R
Keywords: biorefinery
lignocellulosic biomass
platform chemicals
Issue Date: Jan-2022
Publisher: Elsevier
Citation: Bioresource Technology ;344 (Part B):126241
Abstract: Lignocellulosic biomass has been emerging as a biorefinery precursor for variety of biofuels, platform chemicals and biomaterials because of its specific surface morphology, exceptional physical, chemical and biological characteristics. The selection of proper raw materials, integration of nano biotechnological aspects, and designing of viable processes are important to attain a cost-effective route for the development of valuable end products. Lignocellulose-based materials can prove to be outstanding in terms of techno-economic viability, as well as being environmentally friendly and reducing effluent load. This review should facilitate the identification of better lignocellulosic sources, advanced pretreatments, and production of value-added products in order to boost the future industries in a cleaner and safer way.
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