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Chapter 15 - Processing of lignocellulosic biomass for enhanced products
Year:
2022
Authors :
Kumar, Ajay
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Priyanka Singh
Pratibha Teotia
Ajay Kumar
Nikunaj Bhardwaj

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The most abundant bioresource is lignocellulosic biomass (LCB), which has a worldwide production of up to 1.3 billion tonnes per annum. When lignocellulosic biomass is hydrolyzed, it creates organic acids, phenols, and aldehydes, as well as reducing sugars, particularly useful in the making of biofuels like biogas and bioethanol. Major proportions of lignocellulosic biomass are made up of polymers derived from biological systems including, lignin, and cellulose that are strongly bounded together with the hydrogen and covalent bonds to form a tenacious arrangement. Lignin's presence makes the polymeric arrangement particularly unsusceptible to digestion, preventing the breakdown of cellulose and hemicellulose, which makes isolating the individual bio-polymeric components difficult. The aim of this study is to go through the many pretreatment procedures that are presently used and how they are used to isolate high-value bio-polymeric components. This study focuses on to cover the benefits and drawbacks of various pretreatment methods, as well as the function of several crucial elements that are likely to have a substantial impact.

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10.1016/B978-0-323-89937-6.00022-X
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Chapter 15 - Processing of lignocellulosic biomass for enhanced products

Priyanka Singh
Pratibha Teotia
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Chapter 15 - Processing of lignocellulosic biomass for enhanced products

The most abundant bioresource is lignocellulosic biomass (LCB), which has a worldwide production of up to 1.3 billion tonnes per annum. When lignocellulosic biomass is hydrolyzed, it creates organic acids, phenols, and aldehydes, as well as reducing sugars, particularly useful in the making of biofuels like biogas and bioethanol. Major proportions of lignocellulosic biomass are made up of polymers derived from biological systems including, lignin, and cellulose that are strongly bounded together with the hydrogen and covalent bonds to form a tenacious arrangement. Lignin's presence makes the polymeric arrangement particularly unsusceptible to digestion, preventing the breakdown of cellulose and hemicellulose, which makes isolating the individual bio-polymeric components difficult. The aim of this study is to go through the many pretreatment procedures that are presently used and how they are used to isolate high-value bio-polymeric components. This study focuses on to cover the benefits and drawbacks of various pretreatment methods, as well as the function of several crucial elements that are likely to have a substantial impact.

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