Kwang Ho Kim
Kwang Ho Kim
Senior Research Scientist, Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST)
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Influence of pyrolysis temperature on physicochemical properties of biochar obtained from the fast pyrolysis of pitch pine (Pinus rigida)
KH Kim, JY Kim, TS Cho, JW Choi
Bioresource technology 118, 158-162, 2012
Catalytic pyrolysis of individual components of lignocellulosic biomass
K Wang, KH Kim, RC Brown
Green Chemistry 16, 727-735, 2014
Formation of phenolic oligomers during fast pyrolysis of lignin
X Bai, KH Kim, RC Brown, E Dalluge, C Hutchinson, YJ Lee, D Dalluge
Fuel 128, 170-179, 2014
Characterization of primary thermal degradation features of lignocellulosic biomass after removal of inorganic metals by diverse solvents
IY Eom, KH Kim, JY Kim, SM Lee, HM Yeo, IG Choi, JW Choi
Bioresource technology 102 (3), 3437-3444, 2011
Pyrolytic Sugars from Cellulosic Biomass
N Kuzhiyil, D Dalluge, X Bai, KH Kim, RC Brown
ChemSusChem 5 (11), 2228-2236, 2012
The effect of storage duration on bio-oil properties
TS Kim, JY Kim, KH Kim, S Lee, D Choi, IG Choi, JW Choi
Journal of analytical and applied pyrolysis 95, 118-125, 2012
Investigation of physicochemical properties of biooils produced from yellow poplar wood (Liriodendron tulipifera) at various temperatures and residence times
KH Kim, IY Eom, SM Lee, D Choi, H Yeo, IG Choi, JW Choi
Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis 92 (1), 2-9, 2011
Comparison of physicochemical features of biooils and biochars produced from various woody biomasses by fast pyrolysis
KH Kim, TS Kim, SM Lee, D Choi, H Yeo, IG Choi, JW Choi
Renewable Energy 50, 188-195, 2013
Biomass pretreatment using deep eutectic solvent from lignin derived phenols
KH Kim, T Dutta, J Sun, B Simmons, S Singh
Green Chemistry 20, 809-815, 2018
Pyrolysis mechanisms of methoxy substituted α-O-4 lignin dimeric model compounds and detection of free radicals using electron paramagnetic resonance analysis
KH Kim, X Bai, RC Brown
Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis 110, 254-263, 2014
Quantitative investigation of free radicals in bio‐oil and their potential role in condensed‐phase polymerization
KH Kim, X Bai, S Cady, P Gable, RC Brown
ChemSusChem 8 (5), 894-900, 2015
Hydrogen donor-assisted solvent liquefaction of lignin to short-chain alkylphenols using a micro reactor/GC system
KH Kim, RC Brown, M Kieffer, X Bai
Energy & Fuels 28 (10), 6429-6437, 2014
Catalytic transfer hydrogenolysis of ionic liquid processed biorefinery lignin to phenolic compounds
KH Kim, B Simmons, S Singh
Green Chemistry 19, 215-224, 2017
The effect of low-concentration oxygen in sweep gas during pyrolysis of red oak using a fluidized bed reactor
KH Kim, X Bai, M Rover, RC Brown
Fuel 124, 49-56, 2014
Applicability of sub-and supercritical water hydrolysis of woody biomass to produce monomeric sugars for cellulosic bioethanol fermentation
KH Kim, IY Eom, SM Lee, ST Cho, IG Choi, JW Choi
Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry 16 (6), 918-922, 2010
Impact of lignin polymer backbone esters on ionic liquid pretreatment of poplar
KH Kim, T Dutta, J Ralph, SD Mansfield, BA Simmons, S Singh
Biotechnology for biofuels 10 (1), 101, 2017
Chemoselective methylation of phenolic hydroxyl group prevents quinone methide formation and repolymerization during lignin depolymerization
KH Kim, T Dutta, ED Walter, NG Isern, JR Cort, BA Simmons, S Seema
ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 5 (5), 3913–3919, 2017
Rapid room temperature solubilization and depolymerization of polymeric lignin at high loading
J Sun, T Dutta, P Ramakrishnan, KH Kim, N Tolic, RK Chu, NG Isern, ...
Green Chemistry 18, 6012-6020, 2016
Partial oxidative pyrolysis of acid Infused red oak using a fluidized bed reactor to produce sugar rich bio-oil
KH Kim, RC Brown, X Bai
Fuel 130, 135-141, 2014
Evaluation of the antifungal effects of bio-oil prepared with lignocellulosic biomass using fast pyrolysis technology
KH Kim, HS Jeong, JY Kim, GS Han, IG Choi, JW Choi
Chemosphere 89 (6), 688-693, 2012
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