His main research concerns Lignin, Organic chemistry, Cellulose, Biomass and Biofuel. His Lignin research incorporates elements of Gel permeation chromatography, Nuclear chemistry and Enzymatic hydrolysis. His study in Organic chemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Kraft paper and Kraft process.
Arthur J. Ragauskas usually deals with Cellulose and limits it to topics linked to Hydrolysis and Food science. His work in Biomass covers topics such as Agronomy which are related to areas like Panicum virgatum. His work carried out in the field of Biofuel brings together such families of science as Raw material, Cellulosic ethanol and Renewable resource.
Arthur J. Ragauskas mainly investigates Lignin, Organic chemistry, Cellulose, Biomass and Chemical engineering. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Pulp and paper industry and Enzymatic hydrolysis. He interconnects Kraft paper and Pulp in the investigation of issues within Organic chemistry.
His research in Cellulose intersects with topics in Hydrolysis, Cell wall, Botany and Nuclear chemistry. His work deals with themes such as Biofuel, Food science and Agronomy, which intersect with Biomass. His work carried out in the field of Biofuel brings together such families of science as Raw material, Cellulosic ethanol and Renewable resource.
Arthur J. Ragauskas spends much of his time researching Lignin, Chemical engineering, Biomass, Cellulose and Organic chemistry. The Lignin study combines topics in areas such as Biorefinery, Pulp and paper industry and Enzymatic hydrolysis. His Chemical engineering research incorporates elements of Catalysis and Adsorption.
His Biomass research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Biofuel, Food science, Composite material and Eutectic system. His Cellulose research includes elements of Nanofiber and Cell wall. Arthur J. Ragauskas is interested in Depolymerization, which is a branch of Organic chemistry.
Arthur J. Ragauskas mainly focuses on Lignin, Biomass, Chemical engineering, Biorefinery and Organic chemistry. He interconnects Cellulose, Pulp and paper industry and Enzymatic hydrolysis in the investigation of issues within Lignin. The Cellulose study which covers Hydrolysis that intersects with Nuclear chemistry.
His Biomass research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cell wall, Biofuel and Composite material, 3D printing. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Catalysis and Aqueous solution. His work in the fields of Organic chemistry, such as Dilute acid, Precipitation and 31p nmr spectroscopy, intersects with other areas such as Research community.
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The path forward for biofuels and biomaterials
Arthur J. Ragauskas;Charlotte K. Williams;Brian H. Davison;George Britovsek.
Lignin Valorization: Improving Lignin Processing in the Biorefinery
Arthur J. Ragauskas;Gregg T. Beckham;Mary J. Biddy;Richard Chandra.
Review of current and future softwood kraft lignin process chemistry
Fadi S. Chakar;Arthur J. Ragauskas.
Industrial Crops and Products (2004)
Genetic manipulation of lignin reduces recalcitrance and improves ethanol production from switchgrass
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2011)
Ionic Liquid as a Green Solvent for Lignin
Yunqiao Pu;Nan Jiang;Arthur J. Ragauskas.
Journal of Wood Chemistry and Technology (2007)
Poplar as a feedstock for biofuels: A review of compositional characteristics
Poulomi Sannigrahi;Arthur J. Ragauskas;Gerald A. Tuskan.
Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining (2010)
Pseudo-lignin and pretreatment chemistry
Poulomi Sannigrahi;Dong Ho Kim;Seokwon Jung;Arthur Ragauskas.
Energy and Environmental Science (2011)
Assessing the molecular structure basis for biomass recalcitrance during dilute acid and hydrothermal pretreatments.
Yunqiao Pu;Yunqiao Pu;Fan Hu;Fan Hu;Fang Huang;Fang Huang;Brian H Davison.
Biotechnology for Biofuels (2013)
Miscanthus: a fast-growing crop for biofuels and chemicals production
Nicolas Brosse;Anthony Dufour;Xianzhi Meng;Qining Sun.
Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining (2012)
Characterization of milled wood lignin and ethanol organosolv lignin from miscanthus
Roland El Hage;Nicolas Brosse;Laurent Chrusciel;Christian Sanchez.
Polymer Degradation and Stability (2009)
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