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Valorisation of orange peel residues: Waste to biochemicals and nanoporous materials

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DatePublished - 1 Jan 2012
Issue number9
Number of pages4
Pages (from-to)1694-1697
Original languageEnglish


Fruit for thought: Low-temperature microwave hydrothermal processing of orange peel not only enables the separation of the major components but also adds further value through the production of other high-value products: pectin and D-limonene, together with a rare form of mesoporous cellulose, are produced in a single step, without added acid. A process temperature change enables the conversion of D-limonene to α-terpineol.

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  • biomass, mesoporous materials, microwave chemistry, renewable resources, terpenoids

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