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Ionic liquids: Enzymatic cellulose processing

The promise of room temperature ionic liquids (RTILs) as alternatives to toxic and inflammable volatile organic solvents for green chemistry has been on the boil for at least a couple of decades. Now, team has found that enzymatic activity can be sustained in processing cellulose, from wood, for conversion of this raw material into other useful compounds.

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