Hidrólisis ácida de hemicelulosa de Ipomoea arborecens: Cinética de producción de xilosa

Translated title of the contribution: Acid hydrolysis of hemicellulose from Ipomoea arborescens: kinetics of xylose production

A. E. Murillo-Luke, J. R. Herrera-Urbina, M. A. Martínez-Tellez, A. R. Mártin-García*

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Abstract

In this paper the composition change of Ipomoea arborescens was evaluated under acid hydrolysis pretreatment, and the kinetic parameters of this reaction were determined. The goal was to evaluate the effects of particle size in the reaction rate of hemicellulose hydrolysis, and to find the concentration of sulfuric acid in which the reaction mechanism favors hemicellulose hydrolysis of Ipomoea arborescens particles. Once the best conditions were found, Ipomoea arborescens particles were hydrolyzed at different temperatures. A pseudo-homogenous model was adopted to describe hemicellulose hydrolysis. The empirical formula of hemicellulose was determined experimentally to have 21 molecules of xylose, 5 molecules of glucose and 1 molecule of galactose. The mathematical model of hemicellulose hydrolysis is successful to describe the experimental results when the temperature is between 120 and 160°C.

Translated title of the contributionAcid hydrolysis of hemicellulose from Ipomoea arborescens: kinetics of xylose production
Original languageSpanish
Article numberCat2645
JournalRevista Mexicana de Ingeniera Quimica
Volume21
Issue number2
DOIs
StatePublished - 1 May 2022
Externally publishedYes

Bibliographical note

Funding Information:
The authors express their gratitude to Dr. Francisco Brown, Dept. of Research in Polymers and Materials, University of Sonora, for his help in the capture of the SEM images shown in this paper. Thanks are also due to Mr. Francisco Javier Soto for his help in the experimental work during the stages of this investigation in CIAD, A.C. A.E.M.L. acknowledges CONACYT (National Council of Science and Technology, Mexico) for providing the scholarship grant for graduate studies during this work. Funding for this research was provided by the

Funding Information:
The authors express their gratitude to Dr. Francisco Brown, Dept. of Research in Polymers and Materials, University of Sonora, for his help in the capture of the SEM images shown in this paper. Thanks are also due to Mr. Francisco Javier Soto for his help in the experimental work during the stages of this investigation in CIAD, A.C. A.E.M.L. acknowledges CONACYT (National Council of Science and Technology, Mexico) for providing the scholarship grant for graduate studies during this work. Funding for this research was provided by the graduate program in engineering science, University of Sonora, Mexico.

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