Depolymerization of corn stover lignin with bulk molybdenum carbide catalysts

Fuel7.40
Volume: 244, Pages: 528 - 535
Published: May 1, 2019
Abstract
Depolymerization of lignin into aromatic compounds in high yield for production of fuels and chemicals is vital to realize an economically competitive biorefinery. In this study, undoped and nickel-doped bulk molybdenum carbides were synthesized and evaluated in reductive depolymerization of lignin model compound and corn stover lignin in the presence of hydrogen. The highest lignin monomer yield of 37.3% was obtained with Ni-Mo2C and...
Paper Details
Title
Depolymerization of corn stover lignin with bulk molybdenum carbide catalysts
Published Date
May 1, 2019
Journal
Volume
244
Pages
528 - 535
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