Chemicals and Materials from Renewable Resources by Joseph J. Bozell (Eds.)

By Joseph J. Bozell (Eds.)

content material: Chemical and fabrics from renewable assets / Joseph J. Bozell --
Polyhydroxyalkanoates: the reply to sustainable polymer creation / Tillman U. Gerngross --
imaginative and prescient for renewable assets / James S. Mclaren --
Synthesis of đ-aminolevulinic acid / Luc Moens --
Levulinate esters from biomass wastes / Edwin S. Olson ... [et al.] --
Carbohydrate diacids: capability as advertisement chemical substances and hydrophobic polyamide precursors / D.E. Kiely --
Levoglucosenone: a chiral development block with a brand new viewpoint / Zbigniew J. Witczak --
New oligomers and polymers bearing furan moieties / Claire Coutterez ... [et al.] --
Furfural and levoglucosan construction from deciduous wooden and agricultural wasters / Janis Gravitis ... [et al.] --
Pretreatment methods to extend pyrolytic yield of levoglucosan from herbaceous feedstocks / Robert C. Brown, Desmond Radlein, and Jan Piskorz --
3-Dehydroshikimic acid: a construction block for chemical synthesis from renewable feedstocks / K.M. Draths ... [et al.] --
Synthesis and homes of polymers derived from substituted lactic acids / Mao Yin, Tara L. Simmons, and Gregory L. Baker --
built-in technique for the construction of chemical substances from biologically derived succinic acid / Nhuan Nghiem ... [et al.] --
Use of version compounds to review the reactivity and cross-linking of common phenolics / Stephen S. Kelley ... [et al.] --
Thermoplastic polyesters from steam exploded wooden / Wolfgang G. Glasser and Rajesh okay. Jain.

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ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2001. 26 There is no question that hydrocarbon-based products are beneficial and they have become ubiquitous in society. However, it would be very short­ sighted to expect continued reliance on a finite pre-existing fossil fuel source as the sole platform for inputs. Therefore, the Vision for renewable resources proposes a future where material needs are met by a combination of both hydrocarbons and other renewable inputs from agriculture/forestry (Figure 1).

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