Processing pine wood into vanillin and glucose by sequential catalytic oxidation and enzymatic hydrolysis
URI (for links/citations):http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/02773813.2016.1235583
Tarabanko, V. E.
Kaygorodov, K. L.
Skiba, E. A.
Tarabanko, N. V.
Chelbina, Yu. V.
Baybakova, O. V.
Kuznetsov, B. N.
Институт цветных металлов и материаловедения
Кафедра органической и аналитической химии
Journal Name:J. of Wood Chemistry and Technology
Journal Quartile in Scopus:Q1
Bibliographic Citation:Tarabanko, V. E. Processing pine wood into vanillin and glucose by sequential catalytic oxidation and enzymatic hydrolysis [Текст] / V. E. Tarabanko, K. L. Kaygorodov, E. A. Skiba, N. V. Tarabanko, Yu. V. Chelbina, O. V. Baybakova, B. N. Kuznetsov, L. Djakovitch // J. of Wood Chemistry and Technology. — 2017. — Т. 37 (№ 1). — С. 43-51
Extractive-free pine wood was processed into vanillin (up to 18 wt.% of the initial lignin) and cellulose (typically 84–93% of the initial amount in the wood) by one-step catalytic oxidation followed by enzymatic hydrolysis of the resulting cellulose into glucose (reducing sugar yield up to 70% based on the post-oxidation cellulose). Correlation between the cellulose conversion in hydrolysis and the lignin content in the post-oxidation lignocellulosic material was established, which follows the general trend for the products of various delignification methods. The obtained results demonstrate the practical possibility of efficient two-step processing of wood into vanillin and glucose.