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Abstract Production of biodiesel in water/oil (w/o) microemulsion system through a lipase-catalyzed (lipase from porcine pancreas) methanolysis of soybean oil was investigated. The independent factors were researched and response surface methodology (RSM) based on the Box-Behnken design was used...
Abstract The current work is devoted to the second-generation biodiesel production via fatty acids catalytic hydrodeoxygenation (HDO). Pd-containing catalysts based on polymeric matrix of hypercrosslinked polystyrene (HPS) with different metal loading were investigated in the process. The...
Abstract Conjugate hydrocyanation of 2-aroyl α,β-unsaturated ketones employing potassium hexacyanoferrate(II) as an eco-friendly cyanide source, benzoyl chloride as a promoter and potassium hydroxide as a catalyst by a one-pot two-step procedure is described. The advantages of this protocol are...
Abstract Nanocomposite films with dual-surface, silver (Ag) layers and silver-polyvinyl alcohol (Ag-PVA) bulk layers were prepared by Tollen’s reagent using β-D-glucose as a green reducing agent in water as an environmentally-friendly solvent and in PVA as a bio-friendly polymer. The gradual...
Abstract The transformation of waste cooking oils for fatty acid methyl ester production is investigated in two intensified technologies: microstructured Corning ® and oscillatory baffled NiTech ® reactors, compared to a reference batch reactor to quantify the process intensification provided by...
Abstract An efficient one-pot synthesis of polyhydroacridines and polyhydroquinolines through the Hantzsch reaction in deep eutectic solvent choline chloride/urea (1:2) has been developed. Good to excellent yields, broad substrate compatibility as well as the reusability of the solvent are the...
Abstract Biochar is a stabilized carbon-rich product, and has drawn scientists’ interest because of its specific properties and potential use in many environmental areas. It is emphasized that innovative technologies comprised of engineered nanoparticles in conventional biochar systems could...
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