• Produces inulin, xylose, and biochar/activated carbon from Jerusalem artichoke and other agricultural biomass
  • Uses steam explosion process to extract xylose from biomass
  • Jerusalem artichoke used as feedstock due to high inulin content, as well as use as a rotation crop with wheat ...

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