Biochemical Conversion

Biochemical conversion is predicated on enzymatic hydrolysis of nitrocellulose material to sugars, which are subsequently fermented and distilled to offer cellulose ethanol. It involves the utilization of enzymes of bacteria or other microorganisms to interrupt down biomass through the processes of anaerobic digestion, fermentation, or composting.

  • Biochemical conversion technologies
  • Biomass biochemical/biological conversion pathways
  • Fermentation
  • Anaerobic digestion

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