Liberate Project

Design of an electrochemical plant to demonstrate the commercial opportunities of converting low cost lignin feedstock in high value biosustainable chemicals such as vanillin, antioxidants or polyamide.

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Liberate Project

Design of an electrochemical plant to demonstrate the commercial opportunities of converting low cost lignin feedstock in high value biosustainable chemicals such as vanillin, antioxidants or polyamide.

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The idea is to convert lignin (low cost material) in different chemicals (high value and biosustainable) by means electricity in an electrochemical reactor.

The idea is to convert lignin (low cost material) in different chemicals (high value and biosustainable) by means electricity in an electrochemical reactor.

Recordings of Online Workshop Available

Recordings of Online Workshop Available

On the 30th of June, the Liberate project organized an online workshop about lignin valorization. More information about the workshop here. If you missed it or could not register, you can now watch...

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What is electrochemistry?

What is electrochemistry?

Electrochemistry is the scientific discipline studying the relationship between chemistry and electricity. It includes all technologies and techniques such as work on electrolysis, corrosion,...

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