Biomass as a Feedstock

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Biomass as a Feedstock. / Attard, Thomas M.; Hunt, Andrew J.; Matharu, Avtar S.; Houghton, Joseph A.; Polikarpov, Igor.

Introduction to Chemicals from Biomass. ed. / James H. Clark; Fabien Deswarte . Second Edition. ed. Wiley-Blackwell, 2015. p. 31-52.

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Attard, TM, Hunt, AJ, Matharu, AS, Houghton, JA & Polikarpov, I 2015, Biomass as a Feedstock. in JH Clark & F Deswarte (eds), Introduction to Chemicals from Biomass. Second Edition edn, Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 31-52. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781118714478.ch2

APA

Attard, T. M., Hunt, A. J., Matharu, A. S., Houghton, J. A., & Polikarpov, I. (2015). Biomass as a Feedstock. In J. H. Clark, & F. Deswarte (Eds.), Introduction to Chemicals from Biomass (Second Edition ed., pp. 31-52). Wiley-Blackwell. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781118714478.ch2

Vancouver

Attard TM, Hunt AJ, Matharu AS, Houghton JA, Polikarpov I. Biomass as a Feedstock. In Clark JH, Deswarte F, editors, Introduction to Chemicals from Biomass. Second Edition ed. Wiley-Blackwell. 2015. p. 31-52 https://doi.org/10.1002/9781118714478.ch2

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Attard, Thomas M. ; Hunt, Andrew J. ; Matharu, Avtar S. ; Houghton, Joseph A. ; Polikarpov, Igor. / Biomass as a Feedstock. Introduction to Chemicals from Biomass. editor / James H. Clark ; Fabien Deswarte . Second Edition. ed. Wiley-Blackwell, 2015. pp. 31-52

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