By Wirasak Smitthipong, Rungsima Chollakup, Michel Nardin

ISBN-10: 1482214482

ISBN-13: 9781482214482

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41–86. R. Chollakup, W. Smitthipong, and P. Suwanruji. Environmentally Friendly Coupling Agents for Natural Fibre Composites. In Natural Polymers. J. John and S. , Cambridge: Royal Society of Chemistry, 2012, pp. 161–168. 7. Confederation of European Paper Industries. Biobased for Growth, a Public–Private Partnership on Biobased Industries. Brussels, 2013. S. Department of Agriculture. Bioenergy and Biobased Products: Strategic Direction 2009–2014. Washington, 2010, p. 12. 9. R. Chollakup, W. Smitthipong, W.

P. Mckendry. Energy Production from Biomass (Part 1): Overview of Biomass. Bioresource Technology, 83 (2002): 37–46. 15. Food and Agricultural Organization. Food and Agricultural Commodities Production. Rome. Center for Sustainable Systems. Biofuel Factsheet. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, 2013. 17. Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy. gov/eere 18. O. Licht. World Ethanol and Biofuels Report. 2012, p. 323. 19. Wikimedia Foundation. Corn Syrup. C. Drapcho, J. Nghiem, and T. Walker.

Burning bio-based resources can be considered a cyclic phenomenon, that is, the carbon dioxide produced by burning or composting bio-based resources is equal to the carbon dioxide consumed in the production of the resources. The real carbon dioxide problem arises from the burning of fossil fuels. The production of bio-based resources cannot 40 Bio-Based Composites for High-Performance Materials consume the vast amounts of carbon dioxide generated by the burning of sequestered carbon millions of years old.

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