THE GREEN REVOLUTION FOR CHEMISTRY

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HOW TO TRANSFORM BIOMASS IN CHEMICAL PRODUCTS ?. 2) WHAT ARE THE DRIVEN FORCES FOR THE USE OF BIOMASS AS FEEDSTOCKS FOR THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY?. WHAT WE HAVE LEARNED FROM THESE TWO DAYS. IT IS NOT POSSIBLE TO GENERALIZE WITH SENTENCES LIKE THE FOLLOWINGS : BIOMASS AS FEEDSTOCKS FOR CHEMICAL INDUSTRY ARE LESSER POLLUTANT, MORE BIODEGRADABLE , MORE SUSTAINABLE , MORE ENVIROMENTAL BENIGN, MORE (LESSER) EXPENSIVE , MORE AVAILABLE, LESSER TOXICTHAN THOSE DERIVED FROM FOSSIL FUELS. 9451

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1. THE GREEN REVOLUTION FOR CHEMISTRY ACTUALITY AND PERSPECTIVES

2. HOW TO TRANSFORM BIOMASS IN CHEMICAL PRODUCTS ? 2) WHAT ARE THE DRIVEN FORCES FOR THE USE OF BIOMASS AS FEEDSTOCKS FOR THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY?

3. WHAT WE HAVE LEARNED FROM THESE TWO DAYS

4. ECONOMICAL ASPECTS IN THE PRODUCTION OF BIODIESEL

5. CURRENT FEEDSTOCKS FOR THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY

6. EMERGING FEEDSTOCKS FOR THE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY

7. FOSSIL RESOURCES

9. REASONS

10. CONSTRAINTS

11. SURPLUS OF FOOD PRODUCTION(1990)

12. SURPLUS FOOD PRODUCTION

13. SCENARIO 2040 (9.109 PEOPLE

14. RENEWABLE RESOURCES

15. NON FOOD PRODUCTION

16. FROM BIOMASS TO CHEMICALS THROUGH

17. PHYSICAL METHODS

18. ONE STEP (BIO)CHEMICAL MODIFICATION

19. TWO OR MORE STEPS MODIFICATIONS

20. PYROLYSIS-PRODUCTION OF BIO-CRUDE

21. GASSIFICATION PRODUCTION OF BIO-GAS

23. THE NEED OF ALTERNATIVE UNIT OPERATIONS MEMBRANE TECHNOLOGIES MULTIPHASE REACTORS SOLID LIQUID EXTRACTION MANAGING SOLID POWDER (GASIFICATION, MOVING BED, FLUID BED,PNEUMATIC TRANSPORT) FILTRATION SIEVING, GRINDING FLUID SUPERCRITICAL EXTRACTION CHROMATOGRAPHY

24. THE ROLE OF BIO AND OF CHEMICAL CATALYSIS THEY ARE NOT COMPETITIVE BUT INTEGRATED

26. FROM TRYGLICERIDES TO CHEMICALS

27. CATALYSIS IN CARBOHYDRATES CONVERSION

28. GENETIC MODIFICATIONS

29. ENVIROMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY

30. PRODUCTS MORE BENIGN FOR THE ENVIROMENT

31. COMPARISON OF PRODUCTION COST OF SURFACTANTS

32. COMPARIOSN BETWEEN MES AND LAS

33. PRICES OF SOME INDUSTRIAL SOLVENTS

34. FUTUR KEY CHEMICALS LACTIC ACID METHANOL ETHANOL

35. LACTIC ACID

36. METHANOL

37. ETHANOL

38. CONCLUSIONS

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