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Relationship between re-localized condensed lignin structures of Eucalyptus globulus wood at high severities in autohydrolysis and cellulose accessibility

AuthorsAraya, Fabio; Troncoso, Eduardo; Rencoret, Jorge ; Freer, Juanita; Río Andrade, José Carlos del
Issue Date8-Dec-2016
PublisherAsia-Pacific Association of Science, Engineering and Technology
Citation5th International Conference on Biotechnology and Bioengineering , 8-10 December 2016 Bangkok, (Thailand)
AbstractWood and forest residues have structural components like hemicelluloses and lignin that limited the accessibility of the enzymes or microorganism to the cellulose further fermentation to ethanol. In this study, Eucalyptus globulus wood chips were submitted to autohydrolysis pretreatment at different severity conditions. Goal: The main purpose was to evaluate the effect of the pretreatment conditions on the distribution of lignin over the fibers, and the main structural features of the residual lignin on the pretreated material. The influence of the severity conditions of the hydrothermal pretreatment on the glucose yield during the enzymatic saccharification was also evaluated.
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