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The second pathway is the thermochemical pathway, in which heat and chemical catalysts break down the polymeric materials in the plant cell walls and produce synthetic gas or bio-oil. Scientists and engineers are now engaged in optimizing these processes, aiming to reduce operational costs, increase the yields of desirable fuels and chemicals, and achieve ‘zero-waste’ utilization of biomass. This chapter is intended to summarize the current research into plant-cell-wall structure and chemistry with respect to a greater understanding of the deconstruction mechanism of the biomass-to-biofuels process.
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