Biodiesel from Cotton Oil

(De Gruyter) – Biodiesel is a promising substitute for petroleum-derived diesel usually obtained by the transesterification method, which consists of a reaction between triglyceride and alcohol and a catalyst. Homogeneous catalysts are... Read more →

Biological Treatment of Woodchip Biomass for use in Biorefineries

(De Gruyter) – Biorefineries offer us a chance to produce relatively low to zero environmental impact chemicals and fuels from waste products. Biowaste is collected from industries and then processesed to be used in a new product. The... Read more →

Optimizing Fermentation of Bioethanol with Saccharomyces cerevisiae Yeast

(De Gruyter) – Bioethanol and biodiesel have been championed as sustainable sources of energy in replacing fossile fuels. Biofuels can be produced from agricultural products and wastes. Bioethanol shows particular promise as it possesses... Read more →

Biodiesel Production from Palm Oil

(De Gruyter) – Biodiesel is a methyl/ethyl ester that can be produced from waste vegetable oils or animal fats. The authors had previously evaluated transesterification of oils in the production of biodiesels using various reactor types.... Read more →

Cryo-injury in the Preservation of Algae Stock for Biofuels

(De Gruyter) – Algal biotechnology requires stable, function-fulfilling stock-cultures. Conventionally microalgae and cyanobacteria are transfered to fresh medium and held under controlled environmental conditions. Cryopreservation... Read more →
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