Catalytic Processing of Fossil and Biorenewable Feedstocks: Chemicals

Monday, November 8, 2010: 3:15 PM
150 D/E Room (Salt Palace Convention Center)

Description:
Catalysis can play a key role in environmentally benign production of biodegradable and/or renewable chemicals and materials. This season focuses on catalyst and catalytic process development for producing chemicals and materials from biomass, petroleum, and coal.


Sponsor:
Catalysis and Reaction Engineering Division
Co-Sponsor(s):
Forest and Plant Bioproducts Division (17), Sustainable Engineering Forum (23)


Chair:
Susan M. Stagg-Williams
Email: smwilliams@ku.edu

Co-Chair:
Carsten Sievers
Email: carsten.sievers@chbe.gatech.edu

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.



3:15 PM
(136a) Selective Dehydration of Monosaccharides to 5-Hydroxymethylfurfural: Catalyst and Solvent Effects
Mark H. Tucker, Anthony Crisci, Neelay Phadke, Susannah L. Scott and James A. Dumesic


3:36 PM
(136b) Systematic Evaluation of Bio-Oil Hydrotreating Catalysts
Haijun Wan, Jackson W. Ford, Raghunath V. Chaudhari and Bala Subramaniam


3:57 PM



4:39 PM
(136e) Electrochemical Conversion of Glycerol
Kanako Okada and Levi Thompson

File available
5:00 PM
(136f) Study On An Environmentally Benign Process of Ethylene Glycol Production From Syngas
Jing LV, Yujun Zhao, Baowei Wang, Shengping Wang, Yan Xu, Zhenhua LI, Xinbin Ma and Jinyu Han

File available
5:21 PM
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