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Acetic acid recovery from fast pyrolysis oil. An exploratory study on liquid-liquid reactive extraction using aliphatic tertiary amines

Mahfud, F. H., van Geel, F. P., Venderbosch, R. H. & Heeres, H. J., 2008, In : Separation Science and Technology. 43, 11-12, p. 3056-3074 19 p.

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Mahfud, F. H., van Geel, F. P., Venderbosch, R. H., & Heeres, H. J. (2008). Acetic acid recovery from fast pyrolysis oil. An exploratory study on liquid-liquid reactive extraction using aliphatic tertiary amines. Separation Science and Technology, 43(11-12), 3056-3074. https://doi.org/10.1080/01496390802222509

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Mahfud, F. H. ; van Geel, F. P. ; Venderbosch, R. H. ; Heeres, H. J. / Acetic acid recovery from fast pyrolysis oil. An exploratory study on liquid-liquid reactive extraction using aliphatic tertiary amines. In: Separation Science and Technology. 2008 ; Vol. 43, No. 11-12. pp. 3056-3074.

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Mahfud, FH, van Geel, FP, Venderbosch, RH & Heeres, HJ 2008, 'Acetic acid recovery from fast pyrolysis oil. An exploratory study on liquid-liquid reactive extraction using aliphatic tertiary amines', Separation Science and Technology, vol. 43, no. 11-12, pp. 3056-3074. https://doi.org/10.1080/01496390802222509

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Acetic acid recovery from fast pyrolysis oil. An exploratory study on liquid-liquid reactive extraction using aliphatic tertiary amines. / Mahfud, F. H.; van Geel, F. P.; Venderbosch, R. H.; Heeres, H. J.

In: Separation Science and Technology, Vol. 43, No. 11-12, 2008, p. 3056-3074.

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Mahfud FH, van Geel FP, Venderbosch RH, Heeres HJ. Acetic acid recovery from fast pyrolysis oil. An exploratory study on liquid-liquid reactive extraction using aliphatic tertiary amines. Separation Science and Technology. 2008;43(11-12):3056-3074. https://doi.org/10.1080/01496390802222509


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title = "Acetic acid recovery from fast pyrolysis oil. An exploratory study on liquid-liquid reactive extraction using aliphatic tertiary amines",
abstract = "Flash pyrolysis oil or Bio-oil (BO), obtained by flash pyrolysis of lignocellulosic biomass, is very acidic in nature. The major component responsible for this acidity is acetic acid, present in levels up to 2-10 wt%. Here, we report an exploratory study on BO upgrading by reactive extraction of acetic acid using long-chain tertiary amines in a batch set-up. Factors affecting the extraction efficiency, such as the type and concentration of tertiary amine and co-solvents, were investigated. More than 90 wt% of the acetic acid could be extracted in a single equilibrium step (BO diluted in THF (26 wt% BO), trioctylamine (TOA) in octane as the extractant phase, T = 20 degrees C). However, the amine has considerable affinity for the BO phase and about 10 wt% on initial intake was transferred to the BO. A considerable improvement was obtained when using the aqueous phase of a thermally treated BO containing 6 wt% acid of acetic acid. In a single extraction step, acetic acid extraction efficiencies up to 75 wt% were achieved without significant amine transfer to the aqueous phase.",
keywords = "acetic acid, bio-oil, biomass, flash pyrolysis, reactive liquid-liquid extraction, tri-n-octyl amine, CARBOXYLIC-ACIDS, ORGANIC SOLUTIONS, WATER, REMOVAL, FERMENTATION",
author = "Mahfud, {F. H.} and {van Geel}, {F. P.} and Venderbosch, {R. H.} and Heeres, {H. J.}",
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AU - Heeres, H. J.

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N2 - Flash pyrolysis oil or Bio-oil (BO), obtained by flash pyrolysis of lignocellulosic biomass, is very acidic in nature. The major component responsible for this acidity is acetic acid, present in levels up to 2-10 wt%. Here, we report an exploratory study on BO upgrading by reactive extraction of acetic acid using long-chain tertiary amines in a batch set-up. Factors affecting the extraction efficiency, such as the type and concentration of tertiary amine and co-solvents, were investigated. More than 90 wt% of the acetic acid could be extracted in a single equilibrium step (BO diluted in THF (26 wt% BO), trioctylamine (TOA) in octane as the extractant phase, T = 20 degrees C). However, the amine has considerable affinity for the BO phase and about 10 wt% on initial intake was transferred to the BO. A considerable improvement was obtained when using the aqueous phase of a thermally treated BO containing 6 wt% acid of acetic acid. In a single extraction step, acetic acid extraction efficiencies up to 75 wt% were achieved without significant amine transfer to the aqueous phase.

AB - Flash pyrolysis oil or Bio-oil (BO), obtained by flash pyrolysis of lignocellulosic biomass, is very acidic in nature. The major component responsible for this acidity is acetic acid, present in levels up to 2-10 wt%. Here, we report an exploratory study on BO upgrading by reactive extraction of acetic acid using long-chain tertiary amines in a batch set-up. Factors affecting the extraction efficiency, such as the type and concentration of tertiary amine and co-solvents, were investigated. More than 90 wt% of the acetic acid could be extracted in a single equilibrium step (BO diluted in THF (26 wt% BO), trioctylamine (TOA) in octane as the extractant phase, T = 20 degrees C). However, the amine has considerable affinity for the BO phase and about 10 wt% on initial intake was transferred to the BO. A considerable improvement was obtained when using the aqueous phase of a thermally treated BO containing 6 wt% acid of acetic acid. In a single extraction step, acetic acid extraction efficiencies up to 75 wt% were achieved without significant amine transfer to the aqueous phase.

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KW - bio-oil

KW - biomass

KW - flash pyrolysis

KW - reactive liquid-liquid extraction

KW - tri-n-octyl amine

KW - CARBOXYLIC-ACIDS

KW - ORGANIC SOLUTIONS

KW - WATER

KW - REMOVAL

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