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Dajiang Liu and Prof. Dr. Eugene Y.-X. Chen Diesel and Alkane Fuels From Biomass by Organocatalysis and Metal–Acid Tandem Catalysis ChemSusChem 6

Article first published online: 12 AUG 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/cssc.201300476

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Combo deal: Biomass furaldehydes are upgraded into oxygenated diesel and high-quality C10–12 linear alkane fuels. The first of two steps involves solvent-free self-condensation (Umpolung) through organocatalysis using an N-heterocyclic carbene (NHC), yielding C10–C12 furoin intermediates. In the metal–acid tandem catalysis step, in water, the furoin intermediates are converted into oxygenated biodiesel by hydrogenation, etherification or esterification; or into premium alkane jet fuels by hydrodeoxygenation.

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