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Comparative Analysis Of Key Technologies For Cellulosic Ethanol Production From Brazilian Sugarcane Bagasse At A Commercial Scale

A. K. Chandel, J. Q. Albarelli, Diego T. Santos, S. Chundawat, M. Puri, M. A. A. Meireles
Published 2019 · Environmental Science

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