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Highly Efficient Reductive Etherification Of 5‐Hydroxymethylfurfural To 2,5‐Bis(Alkoxymethyl)Furans As Biodiesel Components Over Zr‐SBA Catalyst

Junnan Wei, Ting Xin Wang, Huai Liu, Mengzhu Li, Xing Tang, Yong Sun, Xianhai Zeng, Lei Hu, Tingzhou Lei, Lu Lin
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