Solvolysis of Lignosulfonate Catalyzed by Supported NiMo

Soheila Ghafarnejad Parto, Jakob Munkholt Christensen, Lars Saaby Pedersen, Esben Taarning, Freddy Tjosås, Anker Degn Jensen

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Abstract

Lignin is the most abundant aromatic compound on Earth. Lignin is mostly burned as a low quality fuel in pulp mills and biorefineries. Lignosulfonate is a byproduct from sulfite pulping, mainly produced by the company Borregaard [1]. Extraction of higher value products from lignosulfonate is of interest, which is rarely addressed in literature. Amongst different methods, solvothermal conversion assisted by a heterogeneous catalyst is a promising method for conversion of lignin. However, the sulfur in the structure of lignosulfonate deactivates most of the heterogeneous catalysts by sulfur deposition. Conversion of lignosulfonate to liquefied products using sulfur tolerant hydrotreating catalysts is investigated in this work.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date2017
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - 2017
Event21st Annual Green Chemistry and Engineering Conference - Reston, United States
Duration: 13 Jun 201715 Jun 2017

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Conference21st Annual Green Chemistry and Engineering Conference
CountryUnited States
CityReston
Period13/06/201715/06/2017

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Ghafarnejad Parto, S., Christensen, J. M., Saaby Pedersen, L., Taarning, E., Tjosås, F., & Jensen, A. D. (2017). Solvolysis of Lignosulfonate Catalyzed by Supported NiMo. Abstract from 21st Annual Green Chemistry and Engineering Conference , Reston, United States.
Ghafarnejad Parto, Soheila ; Christensen, Jakob Munkholt ; Saaby Pedersen, Lars ; Taarning, Esben ; Tjosås, Freddy ; Jensen, Anker Degn. / Solvolysis of Lignosulfonate Catalyzed by Supported NiMo. Abstract from 21st Annual Green Chemistry and Engineering Conference , Reston, United States.2 p.
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Ghafarnejad Parto, S, Christensen, JM, Saaby Pedersen, L, Taarning, E, Tjosås, F & Jensen, AD 2017, 'Solvolysis of Lignosulfonate Catalyzed by Supported NiMo', 21st Annual Green Chemistry and Engineering Conference , Reston, United States, 13/06/2017 - 15/06/2017.

Solvolysis of Lignosulfonate Catalyzed by Supported NiMo. / Ghafarnejad Parto, Soheila; Christensen, Jakob Munkholt; Saaby Pedersen, Lars; Taarning, Esben; Tjosås, Freddy ; Jensen, Anker Degn.

2017. Abstract from 21st Annual Green Chemistry and Engineering Conference , Reston, United States.

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Ghafarnejad Parto S, Christensen JM, Saaby Pedersen L, Taarning E, Tjosås F, Jensen AD. Solvolysis of Lignosulfonate Catalyzed by Supported NiMo. 2017. Abstract from 21st Annual Green Chemistry and Engineering Conference , Reston, United States.