volume 50, issue 2, P149-155 2007
DOI: 10.1002/jctb.280500202
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Abstract: Abstract Hydrolysis of corncobs for producing furfural was carried out in a pressurized batch reactor using superheated water and diluted sulphuric acid as catalyst. The range of experimental conditions was T=140–200°C and P=350–1550 kPa. Yields of furfural are reported as a function of reaction temperature, particle size, acid concentration and liquid/solid ratio. Attention has been focused on the solid residue remaining after the hydrolysis process, so that it can be further used as a humic fertilizer after…

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