Green chemistry, biorefineries and second generation strategies for re-use of waste: An overview

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Green chemistry, biorefineries and second generation strategies for re-use of waste : An overview. / Pfaltzgraff, L. A.; Clark, J. H.

Advances in Biorefineries: Biomass and Waste Supply Chain Exploitation. Elsevier Ltd, 2014. p. 3-33.

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Pfaltzgraff, LA & Clark, JH 2014, Green chemistry, biorefineries and second generation strategies for re-use of waste: An overview. in Advances in Biorefineries: Biomass and Waste Supply Chain Exploitation. Elsevier Ltd, pp. 3-33. https://doi.org/10.1533/9780857097385.1.3

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Pfaltzgraff, L. A., & Clark, J. H. (2014). Green chemistry, biorefineries and second generation strategies for re-use of waste: An overview. In Advances in Biorefineries: Biomass and Waste Supply Chain Exploitation (pp. 3-33). Elsevier Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1533/9780857097385.1.3

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Pfaltzgraff LA, Clark JH. Green chemistry, biorefineries and second generation strategies for re-use of waste: An overview. In Advances in Biorefineries: Biomass and Waste Supply Chain Exploitation. Elsevier Ltd. 2014. p. 3-33 https://doi.org/10.1533/9780857097385.1.3

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Pfaltzgraff, L. A. ; Clark, J. H. / Green chemistry, biorefineries and second generation strategies for re-use of waste : An overview. Advances in Biorefineries: Biomass and Waste Supply Chain Exploitation. Elsevier Ltd, 2014. pp. 3-33

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