Coproducing Value-Added Chemicals and Hydrogen with Electrocatalytic Glycerol Oxidation Technology: Experimental and Techno-Economic Investigations

ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, pp. 6626-6634, 2017.

Cited by: 4|Bibtex|Views3|DOI:https://doi.org/10.1021/acssuschemeng.7b00868
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Abstract:

The electrocatalytic oxidation technology of biomass-derived oxygenates such as glycerol presents a promising method of coproducing renewable chemicals and hydrogen in an electrochemical reactor system that uses oxidation chemistry and existing proton exchange membrane technology to electrocatalytically convert oxygenates into value-added...More

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