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November 30, 2016
VIP: Adsorption and Reactive Desorption on Metal–Organic Frameworks: A Direct Strategy for Lactic Acid Recovery
Timothée Stassin, Dr. Helge Reinsch, Dr. Ben Van de Voorde, Dr. Stefan Wuttke, Dr. Dana D. Medina, Prof. Dr. Norbert Stock, Prof. Dr. Thomas Bein, Prof. Dr. Rob Ameloot and Prof. Dr. Dirk De Vos
MOFs to the rescue: The current fermentative production of biomass-derived lactic acid requires a tedious, non-sustainable, multi-step separation process. The adsorption and desorption of lactic acid on high-affinity porous crystalline metal–organic frameworks opens a direct and gypsum-waste-free alternative recovery route.
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