Economics and Global Warming Potential of a Commercial-Scale Delignifying Biorefinery Based on Co-Solvent Enhanced Lignocellulosic Fractionation to Produce Alcohols, Sustainable Aviation Fuels, and Co-Products from Biomass

Bruno Klein, Brent Scheidemantle, Rebecca Hanes, Andrew Bartling, Nicholas Grundl, Robin Clark, Mary Biddy, Ling Tao, Cong Trinh, Adam Guss, Charles Wyman, Arthur Ragauskas, Erin Webb, Brian Davison, Charles Cai

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