Roberto Rinaldi
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Paving the way for lignin valorisation: recent advances in bioengineering, biorefining and catalysis
R Rinaldi, R Jastrzebski, MT Clough, J Ralph, M Kennema, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 55 (29), 8164-8215, 2016
Design of solid catalysts for the conversion of biomass
R Rinaldi, F Schüth
Energy & Environmental Science 2 (6), 610-626, 2009
Acid hydrolysis of cellulose as the entry point into biorefinery schemes
R Rinaldi, F Schüth
ChemSusChem: Chemistry & Sustainability Energy & Materials 2 (12), 1096-1107, 2009
Depolymerization of cellulose using solid catalysts in ionic liquids
R Rinaldi, R Palkovits, F Schüth
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 47 (42), 8047-8050, 2008
Guidelines for performing lignin-first biorefining
MM Abu-Omar, K Barta, GT Beckham, JS Luterbacher, J Ralph, R Rinaldi, ...
Energy & Environmental Science 14 (1), 262-292, 2021
Catalytic biorefining of plant biomass to non‐pyrolytic lignin bio‐oil and carbohydrates through hydrogen transfer reactions
P Ferrini, R Rinaldi
Angewandte Chemie 126 (33), 8778-8783, 2014
Solvent effects on the hydrogenolysis of diphenyl ether with Raney nickel and their implications for the conversion of lignin
X Wang, R Rinaldi
ChemSusChem 5 (8), 1455-1466, 2012
Instantaneous dissolution of cellulose in organic electrolyte solutions
R Rinaldi
Chemical Communications 47 (1), 511-513, 2011
Hydrogenolysis of cellulose combining mineral acids and hydrogenation catalysts
R Palkovits, K Tajvidi, J Procelewska, R Rinaldi, A Ruppert
Green Chemistry 12 (6), 972-978, 2010
A route for lignin and bio-oil conversion: dehydroxylation of phenols into arenes by catalytic tandem reactions.
X Wang, R Rinaldi
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 52 (44), 2013
Exploiting H-transfer reactions with RANEY® Ni for upgrade of phenolic and aromatic biorefinery feeds under unusual, low-severity conditions
X Wang, R Rinaldi
Energy & Environmental Science 5 (8), 8244-8260, 2012
Solvent‐free catalytic depolymerization of cellulose to water‐soluble oligosaccharides
N Meine, R Rinaldi, F Schüth
ChemSusChem 5 (8), 1449-1454, 2012
Which controls the depolymerization of cellulose in ionic liquids: the solid acid catalyst or cellulose?
R Rinaldi, N Meine, J vom Stein, R Palkovits, F Schüth
ChemSusChem: Chemistry & Sustainability Energy & Materials 3 (2), 266-276, 2010
Thermal stability of ionic liquids assessed by potentiometric titration
N Meine, F Benedito, R Rinaldi
Green Chemistry 12 (10), 1711-1714, 2010
Síntese de biodiesel: uma proposta contextualizada de experimento para laboratório de química geral
R Rinaldi, C Garcia, LL Marciniuk, AV Rossi, U Schuchardt
Química Nova 30, 1374-1380, 2007
Nitrogen‐doped ordered mesoporous carbon supported bimetallic PtCo nanoparticles for upgrading of biophenolics
GH Wang, Z Cao, D Gu, N Pfänder, AC Swertz, B Spliethoff, HJ Bongard, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 55 (31), 8850-8855, 2016
Mechanocatalytic depolymerization of cellulose combined with hydrogenolysis as a highly efficient pathway to sugar alcohols
J Hilgert, N Meine, R Rinaldi, F Schüth
Energy & Environmental Science 6 (1), 92-96, 2013
A convergent approach for a deep converting lignin-first biorefinery rendering high-energy-density drop-in fuels
Z Cao, M Dierks, MT Clough, IBD De Castro, R Rinaldi
Joule 2 (6), 1118-1133, 2018
Mechanocatalytic depolymerization of dry (ligno) cellulose as an entry process for high-yield production of furfurals
R Carrasquillo-Flores, M Käldström, F Schüth, JA Dumesic, R Rinaldi
Acs Catalysis 3 (5), 993-997, 2013
Wege zur Verwertung von Lignin: Fortschritte in der Biotechnik, der Bioraffination und der Katalyse
R Rinaldi, R Jastrzebski, MT Clough, J Ralph, M Kennema, ...
Angewandte Chemie 128 (29), 8296-8354, 2016
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