By National Research Council, Division on Earth and Life Studies, Commission on Life Sciences, Committee on Biobased Industrial Products
After reviewing the aptitude advantages of using biobased business items over most often used petroleum advantages, this file examines the uncooked fabric source base for items and explains the diversity of goods and processing applied sciences on hand. options are supplied as to how you can successfully make the transition to biobased items, with discussions of offering enough funding and supportive infrastructure. additionally integrated is a case examine of lignocellulose-ethanol processing.
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Accessing these vast carbohydrate reserves will be key to maintaining a renewable source of raw materials that can substitute for petrochemicals. Cellulose Cellulose is a carbohydrate polymer composed of glucose and constitutes about 45 percent of woody plant parts. Cellulose can be isolated by Copyright © National Academy of Sciences. All rights reserved. html 34 BIOBASED INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS pulping processes and then further processed to yield such chemicals as ethanol and cellulose ethers; cellulose acetate, rayon, and cellulose nitrate; cellophane; and other cellulosics.
Html 2 Raw Material Resource Base T he United States has abundant forests and croplands, favorable climates, accessible capital, and sophisticated technologies for a strong biobased industry. As agriculture productivity and silviculture productivity continue to increase, more biomass will be available to support a biobased industry. Advances in biotechnology will keep a continuous supply of new crops flowing into the marketplace. The United States has substantial resources to invest in a carbon economy based on renewable resources.
In 1994 hay was harvested from approximately 61 million acres in the United States (ERS, 1997a). Considerable preproduction research now focuses on the facile conversion of some of these materials into fermentable sugars. Thick-stemmed perennial grasses, such as en- Copyright © National Academy of Sciences. All rights reserved. 5 dry tons per acre per year. These are current yields and likely would increase following selection. They may one day be grown and used on a large scale. ENHANCING THE SUPPLY OF BIOMASS The amount of cropland that will actually be used to supply biobased processors depends on a demand for the final product, and the inputs used to make that product must be competitively priced.