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|Title:||Continuous biohydrogen production from starch wastewater via sequential dark-photo fermentation with emphasize on maghemite nanoparticles||Authors:||Nasr, Mahmoud
Kumari, Sheena K.
|Keywords:||Starch wastewater;Anaerobic bafﬂed reacto;Maghemite nanoparticles;Dark-photo fermentation;Hydrogen||Issue Date:||2015||Publisher:||Elsevier||Source:||Nasr, M. et al. 2015. Continuous biohydrogen production from starch wastewater via sequential dark-photo fermentation with emphasize on maghemite nanoparticles. Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry. 21: 500-506.||Abstract:||Hydrogen production from starch wastewater via sequential dark-photo fermentation process was investigated. Two anaerobic bafﬂed reactors (ABRs) were operated in parallel at an OLR of 8.11 0.97 g-COD/L/d, and a HRT of 15 h. ABR-1 and ABR-2 was inoculated with pre-treated sludge and sludge immobilized on maghemite nanoparticles, respectively. Better hydrogen yield of 104.75 12.39 mL-H2/g-COD-removed was achieved in ABR-2 as compared to 66.22 4.88 mL-H2/g-COD-removed in ABR-1. The efﬂuent of ABR-2 was used for further hydrogen production by photo fermentation in ABR-3. An overall hydrogen yield of 166.83 27.79 mL-H2/g-COD-removed was achieved at a total HRT of 30 h. 16S rRNA phylogeny showed that Clostridium and Rhodopseudomonas palustris species were dominant in ABR-1, ABR-2 and ABR-3, respectively.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/10321/2317||ISSN:||1226-086X|
|Appears in Collections:||Research Publications (Water and Wastewater Technology)|
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