NOVELTY – Preparing ethanol involves selecting biomass from monocotyledons such as sugarcane, wheat or rice and then separating the parenchymal cell from the biomass. Cellulase or xylanase is added to the separated material and then the materials is heated at 34-50 degrees C for 24-72 hours. USE – Method for preparing ethanol. ADVANTAGE – The method enables high-yield of ethanol in short duration.
D16 (Fermentation industry – including fermentation equipment, brewing, yeast production, production of pharmaceuticals and other chemicals by fermentation, microbiology, production of vaccines and antibodies, cell and tissue culture and genetic engineering.); E17 (Other aliphatics.)