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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Title: New value-added materials from ethanol by-products

Authors
item INGLETT, GEORGE
item KIM, SANGHOON
item XU, JINGYUAN
item Stevenson, David
item CHEN, DIEJUN
item LIU, SEAN

Submitted to: Green Chemistry
Publication Type: Abstract Only
Publication Acceptance Date: June 24, 2008
Publication Date: June 26, 2008
Citation: Inglett, G.E., Kim, S., Xu, J., Stevenson, D.G., Chen, D., Liu, S.X. 2008. New value-added materials from ethanol by-products. Green Chemistry. 00:000-000.

Technical Abstract: Value-added materials were obtained from a distillers dried grains (DDG) sample obtained from MCP Corporation. It was processed by jet cooking at various pH levels and fractionated. Among the various fractions, free flowing particles were obtained that appear to have several opportunities for a range of industrial applications. Rheological properties were measured by several techniques including RVA pasting values. Some of the compositional and chemical aspects of the new materials were measured. Their moisture, ash, protein, and oil contents were determined. Also evaluations of their antioxidant properties of the various materials were made and some of the fractions were found to be considerably elevated.

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