Economical concerns of lignin in the energy sector

With the continuous increase in the population and the industrial sector, it has been observed that there has been a subjugation of the sources of energy along with the reduction in the repositories of fuel

Archita Sharma; Pritam Kaur; Gursharan Singh; Shailendra Kumar Arya

2021

Scholarcy highlights

  • With the continuous increase in the population and the industrial sector, it has been observed that there has been a subjugation of the sources of energy along with the reduction in the repositories of fuel
  • Lignin is one such potential candidate to curb the issues associated with the environment along with the replacement of reservoirs of fuel based on petroleum
  • Lignin is extremely resistant to degradation processes which usually pass via unmodified ruminants
  • All together with cellulose and hemicelluloses, lignin is an important component in the arrangements of the cell wall at a minute scale and the formation of structures made up of lignin–carbohydrate network
  • Certain problems such as complex molecular structures of lignin result in difficultly during the isolation and identification approaches and significant issues while developing bio-refineries based on the biomass

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