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Bioethanol: Science and technology of fuel alcohol

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Bioethanol: Science and technology of fuel alcohol
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788776816810
Number of pages: 114

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Biofuels play significant roles in decarbonisation of our future energy needs and act to mitigate deleterious impacts of greenhouse gas emissions. This book provides a timely overview of biomass-to-bioethanol conversion technologies and is aimed mainly at advanced undergraduate students of biological and environmental sciences.

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