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U of Wisconsin–Madison researchers identify way to transform biomass waste into biobased chemical feedstock

9:00 AM MDT | April 30, 2013 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez

University of Wisconsin–Madison (Madison, WI) chemists have identified an approach to using oxygen gas to convert lignin, a by-product of biofuel production, into a form that could allow it to replace fossil fuels as a source of chemical feedstocks, the university has announced. "Use of lignin as a source of chemical feedstocks is part of an emerging subfield of chemistry being built around biomass-derived chemicals," says Shannon Stahl, chemistry professor at the university. Lignin is an organic material found in trees and other plants...

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