Sustainable catalytic conversions of renewable substrates themed issue online now!

The latest issue of Catalysis Science and Technology contains a themed collection on Sustainable catalytic conversions of renewable substrates. The issue was guest edited by Pieter C. A. Bruijnincx (Utrecht University) and Yuriy Román-Leshkov (Massachusetts Institute of Technology).

This issue contains contributions on topics related to catalytic biomass conversion methods, including homogeneous, heterogeneous and enzymatic processes. The themed issue will cover contributions concerned with chemical or chemical engineering aspects of the selective catalytic conversion of renewable feedstocks, for instance lignocellulosic biomass or its (hemi)cellulose or lignin components, or with the catalytic conversion of renewable platform molecules that can be derived from these feedstocks.

Here’s a small taster of the excellent content in this themed issue:Themed issue cover

Check out the rest of the articles in this exciting and timely themed issue on the website now!

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