Demonstrating Sustainable Biomass Utilization and Processing Using Ionic Liquids : An Introduction to Undergraduate Chemistry Laboratories

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2017
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Rauber, Daniel
Conrad, Michael
Natter, Harald
Hempelmann, Rolf
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A more sustainable, greener chemistry aiming at the utilization of renewable resources is a main research focus to reduce human environmental impact. Unfortunately, there is a lack of powerful, environmentally benign solvents for the two most abundant renewable biopolymers, cellulose and lignin. Ionic liquids are here introduced to undergraduate chemistry laboratories as recyclable, tunable solvents for the dissolution and processing of biomass in the form of wood and its components to create alternative processes that are safer as well as waste- and additive-free. These experiments emphasize the principles of green chemistry and demonstrate the scope and potential of ionic liquids for the production of novel, biodegradable materials from renewable resources.

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ionic liquids, biomass, polymer chemistry, hands-on learning, green chemistry, material science, solvents
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ISO 690RAUBER, Daniel, Michael CONRAD, Johannes HUWER, Harald NATTER, Rolf HEMPELMANN, 2017. Demonstrating Sustainable Biomass Utilization and Processing Using Ionic Liquids : An Introduction to Undergraduate Chemistry Laboratories. In: World Journal of Chemical Education. Science and Education Publishing. 2017, 5(5), pp. 158-163. ISSN 2375-1665. eISSN 2375-1657. Available under: doi: 10.12691/wjce-5-5-3
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  doi={10.12691/wjce-5-5-3},
  title={Demonstrating Sustainable Biomass Utilization and Processing Using Ionic Liquids : An Introduction to Undergraduate Chemistry Laboratories},
  number={5},
  volume={5},
  issn={2375-1665},
  journal={World Journal of Chemical Education},
  pages={158--163},
  author={Rauber, Daniel and Conrad, Michael and Huwer, Johannes and Natter, Harald and Hempelmann, Rolf}
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