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There are so many evidences show that petroleum is derived from microalgal lipids via geochemical decarboxylization processes, which was successfully simulated but hardly to be industrialization, It cost too much to produce renewable hydrocarbon by means of fatty acids hydrogenation, while it is also lack of the necessary selectivity of fatty acids decarboxylation by traditional pyrolyzing. Preliminary results on the current investigations show that microwave heating has outstanding selectivity of heating effect, the polar carboxyl group was heated and eliminated prior to the nonpolar hydrocarbon chain of the fatty acid. It is expected that the technology of microwave aid catalytic decarboxylation will provide us a novel and promising technologies for in situ microalgal lipids refining.

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fatty acids; decarboxylazation; hydrocarbon; microalgal lipids; microwave heating

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Autor: Yunpu Wang, Yuhuan Liu, Rongsheng Ruan, Yang Liu, Wenwen Zeng, Chengmei Liu, Jinsheng Zhang, Peng Hong, Yiqin Wan

Fuente: http://www.scirp.org/



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