CHIMIA 10/2015, Vol. 69


SCCER BIOSWEET – The Swiss Competence Center for Energy Research on Bioenergy
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Scientific Articles 572  Icon OpenAccessContent Icon ExternalLink

Biochemical Conversion Processes of Lignocellulosic Biomass to Fuels and Chemicals – A Review
S. Brethauer, M. H. Studer*

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Improving Heterogeneous Catalyst Stability for Liquid-phase Biomass Conversion and Reforming
F. E. Héroguel, B. Rozmysłowicz, J. S. Luterbacher*


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Application of Ionic Liquids in the Downstream Processing of Lignocellulosic Biomass
S. Siankevich, Z. Fei, N. Yan*, P. J. Dyson*

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Chemicals from Lignin by Catalytic Fast Pyrolysis, from Product Control to Reaction Mechanism
Z. Ma, V. Custodis, P. Hemberger, C. Bährle, F. Vogel, G. Jeschke, J. A. van Bokhoven*

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Reactors for Catalytic Methanation in the Conversion of Biomass to Synthetic Natural Gas (SNG)
T. J. Schildhauer*, S. M. A. Biollaz

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CO Methanation for Synthetic Natural Gas Production
A. Kambolis*, T. Schildhauer*, O. Kröcher*

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Opportunities for Switzerland to Contribute to the Production of Algal Biofuels: the Hydrothermal Pathway to Bio-Methane
M. Bagnoud-Velásquez* D. Refardt, F. Vuille, C. Ludwig

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A Short History of the Use of Plants as Medicines from Ancient Times
H. M. A. Hassan

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