Extraction of Biofuels from Water Hyacinth: A Review

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At present time sustainable biofuels are attracted much attention because of shortage of fossil fuels. The transformation of lignocellulosic biomass to biofuels, for example, ethanol and other worth added products has attracted much attention. The advancement of a productive, eco-friendly, and cost-effective pretreatment measure is a significant test for the conversion of lignocellulosic biomass to biofuel. Water Hyacinth (WH) is one of the lignocellulosic substances utilized for the production of ethanol because of its fast growing, and unfastened -floating aquatic plant. Hemicellulose is the predominant inside the WH. Biofuel extraction from water hyacinth is a practical interaction as a result of the lesser expense of crude material and its simple accessibility in India.

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