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Table 1 The free radical characteristics of bio-oil and biodiesel

From: Dioxin and dibenzofuran like molecular analogues from the pyrolysis of biomass materials—the emerging challenge in bio-oil production

Bio-oil/biodiesel \(\Delta {\mathbf{H}}_{{{\mathbf{P}} - {\mathbf{P}}}}\) \({\mathbf{g}} - {\mathbf{factor}}\) Nature of radical Ref.
Loblolly pine bio-oil 3.2 – 5.2 2.0026 – 2.0033 Carbon/phenoxy–centered [8]
Cellulose bio-oil 5.01 2.0031 Carbon/oxygen –centered [9]
Lignin bio-oil 4.92 2.0030 Carbon/phenoxy–centered [9]
Corn-Stover bio-oil 5.48 2.0028 Carbon-centered [9]
Corn-Stover bio-oil PL 2.35 2.0028 Carbon-centered [9]
Commercial biodiesel 100 5.2 2.006 Oxygen-centered [3]
Commercial biodiesel 0.61 2.007 Oxygen-centered [41]
  1. PL pyrolytic lignin