- Research Grants
bachelor's at Engenharia de Alimentos from Universidade Estadual de Maringá (2012). (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Biomass is identified as an important alternative source of fuel and chemicals added value, which has a high production worldwide, which highlights the sugarcane bagasse. Much research is being carried out to convert biomass into various new platforms of chemicals, including levulinic acid (LA) has outlined a lot of attention for being an attractive platform for high value-added product...
The use of lignocellulosic biomass as a future substitute for fossil fuels depends on the successful development of biorefinery strategies for the production of renewable derived-building blocks. In this context, levulinic acid has been pointed out as a polysaccharide-derived organic acid with a great potential for several applications such fine chemicals, fuels, fuel additives, pharmac...
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