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    Dimethoxymethane/methanol was creatively used as matching-solvents for one-pot synergistic converting bamboo into value-added chemicals. C6 and C5 sugars in cellulose and hemicellulose were simultaneously transformed into methyl levulinate with higher yield (48.68%). The overall reaction pathways for directional liquefaction of biomass into methyl levulinate with matching-solvent was put forward.

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    Feng, Junfeng; Zhang, Le; Jiang, Jianchun; Hse, Chung-yun; Shupe, Todd F.; Pan, Hui. 2019. Directional synergistic conversion of lignocellulosic biomass with matching-solvents for added-value chemicals. Green Chemistry.


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