Browse by Subject "algae"
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(1970)The delayed fluorescence emitted by both crystalline anthracene and chlorophyll a in algae is studied. In the case of crystalline anthracene, the blue light-excited delayed fluorescence is used to study the temperature ...
(2012-09-18)Hydrothermal liquefaction is promising technology for converting high-moisture waste biomass into energy dense “biocrude” oil that can be used for direct combustion or refined for transportation grade fuels. This study ...
(2012-09-18)Microalgae are considered as suitable feedstocks for next-generation biofuel production because of their fast growth rates and prolific yields. Moreover, growing algae has less impact on land-use for food production compared ...
Hydrothermal liquefaction of microalgae: Influence of varying cell compositions on biocrude yield and quality (2014-05-30)There is strong interest in microalgae-derived biofuel as a sustainable replacement for fossil fuels due to the numerous advantages of microalgae as a feedstock. Hydrothermal Liquefaction (HTL) is a thermochemical process ...
(2014-01-16)The persistence of Bacteroides ovatus, a human-associated anaerobic fecal contamination indicator bacteria species, was evaluated under simulated sunlight exposure and conditions similar to surface water and seawater. By ...
(2010-08-20)This study presents two novel methods for treating important environmental contaminants from two different wastewater streams. One process utilizes the kinetic advantages and reliability of ion exchanging clinoptilolite ...