High-octane gasoline is obtained by the aqueous-phase hydrodeoxygenation of both C5 and C6 aqueous sugar alcohol solutions. High yields are achieved by using a platinum/zirconia phosphate catalyst, showing how bifunctional catalysis can be tuned to selectively convert biomass-derived feedstocks into targeted fuels and chemicals.
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