A review on biomass-derived materials and their applications as corrosion inhibitors, catalysts, food and drug delivery agents

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Yadav, M., Goel, G., Hatton, F. L., Bhagat, M., Kumar Mehta, S., Kumar Mishra, R. and Bhojak, N. (2021). A review on biomass-derived materials and their applications as corrosion inhibitors, catalysts, food and drug delivery agents. Current Research in Green and Sustainable Chemistry. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.crgsc.2021.100153
AuthorsYadav, M., Goel, G., Hatton, F. L., Bhagat, M., Kumar Mehta, S., Kumar Mishra, R. and Bhojak, N.
Abstract

Owing to the overconsumption of petroleum-based resources and growing demand for fossil-based fuels and chemicals, it has become imperative to adopt alternative resources that are renewable. With the availability of biomass, it is believed that this technology has the capability to valorize waste into wealth. Recently, efficient utilization of plant biomass, a chief renewable resource, has gained tremendous attention in research as it offers distinct social, economic, and sustainable benefits. The present review focuses on the various biomass from waste resources. Subsequently, the applications of these polymeric biomass composites are reviewed in catalysis, drug delivery, and food applications. Finally, corrosion studies along with DFT calculations and theoretical aspects have also been reviewed.

Naturally occurring carbohydrate polymers found in lignocellulosic biomass are biopolymers have been used for various physical and chemical applications; as catalyst, coatings, drug delivery, corrosion inhibitors etc. This review reports these material applications of carbohydrate polymers.

In this review, we focus on new and emerging applications of polymers from lignocellulosic biomass.

KeywordsWaste biomass; Carbohydrate polymers; Catalytic applications; Green inhibitors; Food applications; Drug delivery applications
Year2021
JournalCurrent Research in Green and Sustainable Chemistry
PublisherElsevier BV
ISSN2666-0865
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1016/j.crgsc.2021.100153
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Deposited19 Jul 2021
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