Cascade Enzymatic Hydrolysis Coupling with Ultra ne Grinding Pretreatment for Sugarcane Bagasse Sacchari cation
- Received Date: 2015-02-03
- Sugarcane bagasse, Ultrafine grinding pretreatment, Cascade enzymatic hydrolysis, Reducing sugars, Glucose
Abstract: The biorefinery process for sugarcane bagasse saccharification generally requires significant accessibility of cellulose. We reported a novel method of cascade cellulase enzymatic hydrolysis coupling with ultrafine grinding pretreatment for sugarcane bagasse saccharification. Three enzymatic hydrolysis modes including single cellulase enzymatic hydrolysis, mixed cellulase enzymatic hydrolysis, and cascade cellulase enzymatic hydrolysis were compared. The changes on the functional group and surface morphology of bagasse during cascade cellulase enzymatic hydrolysis were also examined by FT-IR and SEM respectively. The results showed that cascade enzymatic hydrolysis was the most efficient way to enhance the sugarcane bagasse sacchari cation. More than 65% of reducing sugar yield with 90.1% of glucose selectivity was achieved at 50 oC, pH=4.8 for 72 h (1200 r/min) with cellulase I of 7.5 FPU/g substrate and cellulase II of 5 FPU/g substrate.
|Citation:||Zheng-qiu Yuan, Jin-xing Long, Tie-jun Wang, Yu-qin Li, Qi Zhang, Long-long Ma. Cascade Enzymatic Hydrolysis Coupling with Ultra ne Grinding Pretreatment for Sugarcane Bagasse Sacchari cation[J]. Chinese Journal of Chemical Physics , 2015, 28(3): 355-360. doi: 10.1063/1674-0068/28/cjcp1502014|