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Furfural | C4H3OCHO - PubChem

The fate of (2-furancarboxaldehyde) was investigated in male and female Fischer 344 (F344) rats given single oral doses of 1 10 and 60 mg/kg and male and female CD1 mice given 1 20 and 200 mg/kg [carbonyl-14C] There was a very high recovery (more than 90% of dose) of radioactivity in all dose groups in 72 hr

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Physicochemical pretreatments and hydrolysis of furfural

· The furfural residue the with furfural residue and stirred for 24 h at the room temperature The furfural residue was rinsed until neutral pH and being dried at

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(PDF) An overview of the applications of furfural and its

Furfural is a reactive solvent wetting agent who has the ability to form a conjugated d ouble bond complex with molecules containing double bonds

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Self-activation of biochar from furfural residues by

· A large amount of furfural residues are accumulated and stored in the open occupying a significant quantity of lands and posing a serious threat to the ecological environment in furfural factory areas (Yu et al 2013 Xing et al 2015) In addition the furfural residues typically have high moisture content low calorific value (041053 kJ/g) and low pH (23) leading to highly difficult

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A Review on the Transformation of Furfural Residue for

As a by-product of lignocellulosic depolymerization for production (FR) is composed of residual cellulose lignin humic acid and other small amounts of materials which have high reuse value However due to the limitation of production scale and production technology the treatment of FR has many problems such as high yield concentrated stacking strong

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Residue (Lignocellulose) | Bioeconomy Consultants

Traditionally there is only production Most of it is consumed by the plants boilers to generate the for the furfural process If the steam usage is reduced there are direct benefits such as: Reduced effluent (liquid and airborne)! Lignocellulosic residue available for other uses

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-Valerolactone Production from Furfural Residue with

The integrated conversion of raw lignocellulosic biomass selectively to -valerolactone (GVL) using formic acid as the sole hydrogen resource is of great importance from economic and engineering viewpoints In this work we developed an integrated strategy for GVL production from Wherein levulinic acid and formic acid were produced from using SnCl4 as a

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