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- Isobutanol (IUPAC nomencature:
2-methyl-1-propanol) is an organic compound with the formula
- This colorless, flammable liquid with a
characteristic smell is mainly used as a solvent. Its isomers
include n-butanol, 2-butanol, and tert-butanol, all of which are
more important industrially.
- Isobutanol is produced by the carbonylation of propylene.
- Two methods
are practiced industrially, hydroformylation is more common and
generates a mixture of normal and isobutyraldehydes, which are
hydrogenated to the alcohols and then separated. Reppe carbonylation
is also practiced.
- Isobutanol is also produced naturally during the fermentation of
carbohydrates and may also be a byproduct of the decay process of
- Isobutanol, along with other low
molecular weight alcohols can also produced by some engineered
microorganisms such as corynebacterium.
- A genetically engineered
strain of the bacterium Clostridium cellulolyticum converted
cellulose to isobutanol via isobutyraldehyde.
- Biobased isobutanol has emerged as a frontrunner in the race to end
the United States’ dependency on petroleum because it is a drop in
replacement for a variety of products.
- It can be sold in the
marketplace as both a solvent chemical and a fuel blendstock, or it
can be converted into four carbon building blocks called butenes,
which can be used to make 40 percent of all petrochemicals.
- Bio-based isobutanol is an ideal substitute for petroleum and
several other products.
- It can be used as a fuel blend stock or as a
- We have discovered a set of genotypic
adaptations that confer increased tolerance to
- Our results are immediately
useful to further efforts to engineer more isobutanol tolerant
hoststrains of E.coli for isobutanol production.
- We suggest that rpoS and
post-transcriptional regulators, such as hfq,
RNA helicases, and sRNAs may be interesting mutagenesis targets for
future global phenotype engineering.
- Building the Next
- Isobutanol the Next Generation
- Isobutanol -A Renewable Solution for
the Transportation Fuels Value Chain
- Bio-based Fuels and Materials
through 2015: Growing Capacity past a Drop in the Bucket
- Renewable Hydrocarbons for the
Chemical and Fuel Markets
- Gevo Ramps Up Post-IPO
and bio-Fuel production
Luverne, Minn. Plant Retrofit for Commercial Isobutanol Production on Schedule
- Gevo, Inc.
- GOAL* 2XL Emulsifiable Concentrate
- Chemical production and company
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- Mighty Molecules:
Financing Industrial Biotech for a Greener Future
- Product guide
- Industrial biotechnology: Tools and
- GEvoAn Alternative Solution for
- Luverne, Minn.
Plant Retrofit for Commercial Isobutanol Production on Schedule
Characterstics ans current ststus of butanol production and uses as
on opportunities in industrial biotechnology
in renewable chemicals
chemicals,Technology and Economics Market
- Isobutanol Producing Biocatalyst
Next Generation BioRefinary-Biomas
Receives Key Patent from USPTO for Efficient Production of
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Lanxes step to commitment
to biobased raw
17 million invested in Gevo’s IPO
breaks ground on renewable isobutanol plant in Minnesota
- Gevo Awarded
Two Key Patents for Efficient Production of Isobutanol
- Company from china
- Company from Minnesota
- Company from Us
- Consultancy from Canada.
- Consultancy from icis
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- Consultancy from USA.
Repurposing the Energy Infrastructure
Gevo petroleum-based and bio-based fuels
Gevo-Initating with Natural
Minnesota Road map
Renaissance of Biofuels World market
Coke investing millions in firms
- Assessment of the Biobased
Products Market Potential for Innovation
- Gevo’s Biobased Isobutanol Catches Investor Interest
- Gevo Reports Fourt Quarter Year
- The Carbon Capture Report
- The Presidential Green Chemistry
Challenge Awards Program
- Chemical building block from
smallcap growth fund
- Cyanobacteria starved of carbon dioxide readily
secrete fatty acids for biofuels production
- Genetic bases of isobutanol
in Escherichia coli.
- Renewable jet fuel blendstock from
- Integrated process to selectively
- Economical Production of biofuel
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