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《Chemical Industry and Engineering Progress》 2009-10
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Progress of catalytic preparation of downstream chemicals from ethanol

CHEN Yu1,2,WU Yulong2,DAI Bin1,3,YANG Mingde2,CHEN Zhen2 (1 Key Laboratory for Green Processing of Chemical Engineering of Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps,Shihezi 832003,Xinjiang,China;2Institute of Nuclear and New Energy Technology,Tsinghua University,Beijing 100084,China;3School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering,Shihezi University,Shihezi 832003,Xinjiang,China)  
With the depletion of fossil fuel resources and the soaring prices of crude oil,the production of petrochemicals from fossil fuel as raw materials has been a severe challenge. Renewable biomass as a substitute for crude oil to produce petrochemicals can reduce the reliance on fossil fuel resources,so it is of great significance to sustainable development. With bio-ethanol,produced by fermentation of biomass,as platform,production of downstream products through catalytic conversion is an important means. This paper reviews the catalytic process to convert ethanol into downstream chemicals,focuses on the development of the catalyst to produce main downstream chemicals,such as hydrogen,ethylene,acetaldehyde and acetic acid. In the end,key urgent problems are addressed and perspectives are discussed.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金(20506011);; 新疆兵团博士基金(2006JC08);; 国家973计划(2006CB705809)资助项目
【CateGory Index】: TQ223.122
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