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Page: Production of bioethanol using starchy materials
processes for production of bioethanol, more precisely the milling, the liquefaction, the fermentation, the distillation and the other downstreaming processes are similar for the various starchy feedstocks. Therefore, representative for all bioethanol production processes, using starchy feedstocks, here is only given a demonstration of the maize ...
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Page: Starch-hydrolysis and required enzymes
Structurally, starch can be separated into two polymers, called amylase and amylopectin. Amylose is a linear polymer of Dglucose units linked together by α1,4glucosidic linkages, whereas amylopectin has branching at α1,6 positions of starch. The concentration of amylase and amylopectin in each plant ...
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Page: Starchy feedstocks
Starchy materials (e.g. wheat, corn and barley,...) are the most important and utilized feedstocks for production of bioethanol (especially in North America and Europe). Over all starchy feedstocks, corn is the dominant cereal grain, used for the production of ethanol worldwide. In figure 1 ...
Other labels: carbohydrates, rye, barley, wheat, maize, bioethanol-production, potato, feedstock
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