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.

Antioxidants Additives

Antioxidants Additives

What are antioxidants ? Antioxidant molecules are usually defined as a group of different organic compounds that inhibit oxidation, which is a chemical reaction that can produce free radicals and...

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Review Meeiting

Review Meeiting

Last Monday, November 22nd, the review meeting of the Liberate project was held. It was a day where the whole consortium was present, presenting the results obtained from the project and its...

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M36 Meeting

M36 Meeting

On Friday, 1st of October we have celebrated project LIBERATE 36 progress meeting, where all the work and progress were presented by the consortium.

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