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Polyoxometalate (POM) catalyst systems : chemical principles and reactions with lignin and oxygen

Author(s):

I.A. Weinstock
R.H. Atalla
J.S. Bond
E.M.G. Barbuzzi
V.A. Grigoriev
Y. Gueletii
J.J. Cowan
D.M. Sonnen
R.S. Reiner
S.E. Reichel
R.A. Heintz
C.J. Houtman
A.J. Bailey
C.L. Hill

Year:

2000

Publication type:

Miscellaneous Publication

Primary Station(s):

Forest Products Laboratory

Source:

Sixth European Workshop on Lignocellulosics and Pulp : [Advances in Lignocellulosics Chemistry Towards High Quality Processes and Products : Sept. 3-6, 2000, Bordeaux, France. Bordeaux, France : Bordeaux Universite, 2000]: Pages 67-68

Description

Chemical data pertinent to most-recently developed POM delignification systems will be presented. These data will be used to demonstrate the fundamental basis for the stability, self-buffering properties, versatility and high selectivity of these systems when used in combination with oxygen to convert native or residual lignin in wood or wood-pulp fibers to CO2 and H2O.

Citation

Weinstock, I.A.; Atalla, R.H.; Bond, J.S.; Barbuzzi, E.M.G.; Grigoriev, V.A.; Gueletii, Y.; Cowan, J.J.; Sonnen, D.M.; Reiner, R.S.; Reichel, S.E.; Heintz, R.A.; Houtman, C.J.; Bailey, A.J.; Hill, C.L. 2000. Polyoxometalate (POM) catalyst systems : chemical principles and reactions with lignin and oxygen. Sixth European Workshop on Lignocellulosics and Pulp : [Advances in Lignocellulosics Chemistry Towards High Quality Processes and Products : Sept. 3-6, 2000, Bordeaux, France. Bordeaux, France : Bordeaux Universite, 2000]: Pages 67-68

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