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Alternative Multifunctional Additives for Biodiesel Stabilization: Perspectives for More Efficiency and More Cost-Effectiveness

  • Ana Carolina Roveda
  • Magno Aparecido Gonçalves TrindadeEmail author
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Abstract

In this chapter, we address the current technologies to cover the alternative blends composed by multifunctional antioxidants—sometimes called secondary antioxidants—used to overcome the problems of degradation and provide more stability to the biodiesel which is derived from different raw materials. To this end, some valuable works with notable studies of conventional antioxidants, and sometimes synergetic binary/ternary blends and their applications, were briefly reviewed. However, the chapter attempts to cover only an overview of the recent advances in the field of multifunctional alternative additives, which provide a more efficient stabilization of the biodiesel. Also, its activities allow lowering the concentration of additives into biodiesel while maintaining their required specification. Furthermore, the chapter brings some aspects of the chemistry behind the multifunctional activities, focusing on the key benefits that afford in their multifunctional properties. Lastly, considering the vast scale in which the biofuel can be processed, we also show that the target additives improve the performance of conventional antioxidants more cost-effectively.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Ana Carolina Roveda
    • 1
  • Magno Aparecido Gonçalves Trindade
    • 1
    Email author
  1. 1.Faculty of Exact Sciences and TechnologyFederal University of Grande DouradosDouradosBrazil

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