The valorization of lignocellulose into chemicals and materials remains a key issue to achieve the sustainability transition. A recent article in Joule by Adler et al. presents a simple chemo-catalytic protocol to replace the current production of cotton by converting hybrid poplar wood into cellulose-based textile fibers, biofuels, and chemicals.

Sustainable production of textile fibers, biofuels, and chemicals from poplar wood

Paone E.;Mauriello F.
2023-01-01

Abstract

The valorization of lignocellulose into chemicals and materials remains a key issue to achieve the sustainability transition. A recent article in Joule by Adler et al. presents a simple chemo-catalytic protocol to replace the current production of cotton by converting hybrid poplar wood into cellulose-based textile fibers, biofuels, and chemicals.
biofuels
cellulose fibers
life cycle assessment
lignocellulosic biomasses
reductive catalytic fractionation
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