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Christer Hallberg, Donald O Connor, Michael Rushton, Edward Kendall Pye, Gordon Gjennestad, Alex Berlin, John Ross MacLachlan: Continuous counter-current organosolv processing of lignocellulosic feedstocks. Lignol Innovations, Fasken Martineau DuMoulin, December 16, 2008: US07465791 (58 worldwide citation)

A modular process for organosolv fractionation of lignocellulosic feedstocks into component parts and further processing of said component parts into at least fuel-grade ethanol and four classes of lignin derivatives. The modular process comprises a first processing module configured for physico-che ...


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Maclachlan John Ross, Pye Edward Kendall: Concurrent anaerobic digestion and fermentation of lignocellulosic feedstocks. Lignol Innovations, Maclachlan John Ross, Pye Edward Kendall, POLONENKO Daniel R, December 4, 2008: WO/2008/144903 (42 worldwide citation)

A process for concurrent production of lignins, fuel alcohol, and biogas from lignocellulosic feedstocks. The process comprises: (1) pretreating a lignocellulosic feedstock to produce a solubilised liquid components stream comprising lignins, lignin-derived compounds, and a cellulosic pulp stream, ( ...


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Hallberg Christer, O Connor Donald, Rushton Michael, Pye Edward Kendall, Gjennestad Gordon, Berlin Alex, Maclachlan John Ross: Continuous counter-current organosolv processing of lignocellulosic feedstocks. Lignol Innovations, Hallberg Christer, O Connor Donald, Rushton Michael, Pye Edward Kendall, Gjennestad Gordon, Berlin Alex, Maclachlan John Ross, POLONENKO Daniel R, December 4, 2008: WO/2008/144878 (20 worldwide citation)

A modular process for organosolv fractionation of lignocellulosic feedstocks into component parts and further processing of said component parts into at least fuel-grade ethanol and four classes of lignin derivatives. The modular process comprises a first processing module configured for physico-che ...


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PYE EDWARD KENDALL: Organosolv biorefining of whole sugar cane. LIGNOL INNOVATIONS, Polonenko Daniel Phd, July 22, 2010: WO/2010/081231 (11 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for processing sugar cane to concurrently produce sugar from cane juice, and ethanol and other co-products from bagasse. The apparatus comprises equipment for separating a cane juice stream and a fibrous bagasse from a sugar cane feedstock, equipment for refining the cane juice, equipme ...


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Berlin Alex, Pye Edward Kendall, O Connor Donald: Concurrent saccharification and fermentation of fibrous biomass. Lignol Innovations, Berlin Alex, Pye Edward Kendall, O Connor Donald, POLONENKO Daniel R, January 8, 2009: WO/2009/003292 (10 worldwide citation)

A process for simultaneous saccharification and fermentation of a cellulosic solids fraction extracted from a lignocellulosic feedstock. The viscosity of the cellulosic solids fraction is reduced by intermixing with a liquid carbohydrate stream. A suitable liquid carbohydrate stream is a de-lignifie ...


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Berlin Alex: Binder compositions comprising lignin derivatives. LIGNOL INNOVATIONS, Alexander Sean M, August 18, 2011: WO/2011/097719 (9 worldwide citation)

The present disclosure provides a binder composition comprising a diisocyanate and a derivative of native lignin. The derivative of native lignin is treated such that it is characterized by the aliphatic hydroxy content. The binder may be used in an adhesive system comprising: a. a resin comprising ...


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BALAKSHIN MIKHAIL YUREVICH: Derivatives of native lignin. LIGNOL INNOVATIONS, Alexander Sean, December 2, 2010: WO/2010/135804 (9 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides derivatives of native lignin having an aliphatic hydroxyl content of 2.35 mmol/g or less Suprisingly, it has been found that consistent and predictable antioxidant activity may be provided by selecting for deriatives of native lignin having a certain aliphatic hydroxyl ...


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Berlin Alex: Resin compositions comprising lignin derivatives. LIGNOL INNOVATIONS, Alexander Sean M, December 2, 2010: WO/2010/135832 (9 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides derivatives of native lignin having an ethoxy content of 0.45 mmol/g or greater. Surprisingly, it has been found that phenolic resins comprising derivatives of native lignin having ethoxy contents have acceptable performance characteristics such as bond strength.



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