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Amanda-Lynn Marshall and Peter J. Alaimo Useful Products from Complex Starting Materials: Common Chemicals from Biomass Feedstocks Chemistry - A European Journal 16

Article first published online: 14 APR 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/chem.200903028

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Edible chemicals? A rapidly expanding area of chemical research is the use of plant biomass for the industrial production of useful organic compounds, for which there is high demand. Among the most challenging targets are simple halocarbons, alkenes, and arenes. This article highlights those targets that have been accessed recently by using biomass-derived materials as the source.

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