Product Distribution of Chemical Product Using Catalytic Depolymerization of Lignin

Damayanti Damayanti  -  Department of Chemical Engineering and Material Science, Yuan-Ze University, Taiwan, Province of China
Yeni Ria Wulandari  -  Department of Chemical Engineering and Material Science, Yuan-Ze University, Taiwan, Province of China
*Ho-Shing Wu scopus  -  Department of Chemical Engineering and Material Science, Yuan-Ze University, Taiwan, Province of China
Received: 18 Feb 2020; Revised: 21 May 2020; Accepted: 22 May 2020; Published: 1 Aug 2020; Available online: 30 Jul 2020.
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Lignin depolymerization is a very promising process which can generate value-added products from lignin raw materials. The main objective of lignin depolymerization is to convert the complex molecules of lignin into small molecules. Nevertheless, lignin is natural polymer which the molecules of lignin are extremely complicated due to their natural variability, and it will be a big challenge to depolymerize lignin, particularly high water yield. The various technology and methods are developed to depolymerize lignin into biofuels or bio chemical products including acid/base/metallic catalyzed lignin depolymerization, pyrolysis of lignin, hydroprocessing, and gasification. The distribution and yield of chemical products depend on the reaction operation condition, type of lignin and kind of catalyst. The reactor type, product distributions and specific chemicals (benzene, toluene, xylene, terephthalic acid) production of lignin depolymerization are intensive discussed in this review. Copyright © 2020 BCREC Group. All rights reserved


Keywords: Depolymerization; Catalyst; Lignin; Reactor; Product distribution; Chemical catalysis

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