Green Chemistry issue 2 is now available online

Issue 2 of Green Chemistry is a themed issue on the conversion of biomass with heterogeneous catalysts, Guest Edited by Professors Paul Dauenhauer and George Huber. It’s available to read online now.

GC issue 2 coverThe front cover this month (pictured left) features a review by Jesse Hensley and co-workers from Golden, Colorado. In their article they focus on recent model compound studies of catalysts for hydrodeoxygenation of biomass pyrolysis products, with an emphasis on mechanisms, reaction networks, and structure–function relationships.

Read the full article:
Recent advances in heterogeneous catalysts for bio-oil upgrading via “ex situ catalytic fast pyrolysis”: catalyst development through the study of model compounds
Daniel A. Ruddy, Joshua A. Schaidle, Jack R. Ferrell III, Jun Wang, Luc Moens and Jesse E. Hensley  
Green Chem., 2014, 16, 454-490, DOI: 10.1039/C3GC41354C

GC issue 2 inside coverThe inside front cover this month (pictured right) features work by Andreas Heyden and co-workers from Columbia, South Carolina. In their work they report a theoretical study of the effects of various solvents on the mechanism of the hydrodeoxygenation of propanoic acid over Pd(111).

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Solvent effects on the hydrodeoxygenation of propanoic acid over Pd(111) model surfaces
Sina Behtash, Jianmin Lu, Muhammad Faheem and Andreas Heyden  
Green Chem., 2014, 16, 605-616, DOI: 10.1039/C3GC41368C

Both of these articles are free to access for 6 weeks!

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