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Bioethanol Production from Agricultural Waste Biomass as a Renewable Bioenergy Resource in Biomaterials
Biomass is a renewable energy resource with high potential fuel source for the creation of steam and electricity, transportation fuel, medicinal manufacturing industries as well as a solvent inExpand
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WOVEN STAINLESS STEEL WIRE MESH SUPPORTED CATALYST FOR NOX REDUCTION IN MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE FLUE (MSW) GAS: SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION
This paper presents the synthesis and characterization of a highly porous and well-adhere catalyst immobilised on a woven stainless steel wire mesh (WSSWM). The prepared catalyst is used to reduceExpand
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FTIR Studies of Carbon Nanotubes Produced from Fermented Tapioca Prepared by Thermal-CVD
Fermented tapioca prepared at different temperature was prepared and used as a starting material in CNTs synthesis using 2-system thermal chemical vapor deposition (TCVD) method. The CNTs wasExpand
The Effect of Inoculum in the Preparation of Fermented Tapioca for Nanotechnology Applications Based on the Surface Morphology of CNTs
Fermented tapioca which is a new starting material was used as a carbon precursor. Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) were deposited on silicon wafer (Si) by Thermal Chemical Vapor Deposition (TCVD). The gasExpand
Surface Morphology Studies of Carbon Nanotubes Prepared by Thermal Chemical Vapor Deposition Using Fermented Tapioca as a Starting Material
Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) were deposited on silicon wafer (Si) by Thermal Chemical Vapor Deposition (TCVD). The new starting material of fermented tapioca was used as carbon source. The gas flow ofExpand
Supervised and Unsupervised Artificial Neural Networks for Analysis of Diatom Abundance in Tropical Putrajaya Lake, Malaysia (Rangkaian Neural Buatan Diselia dan Tanpa Penyeliaan untuk Analisis
Five years of data from 2001 until 2006 of warm unstratified shallow, oligotrophic to mesothropic tropical Putrajaya Lake, Malaysia were used to study pattern discovery and forecasting of the diatomExpand
Evaluating perchloric acid for the saccharification of selected seaweeds
M ny marine algae have high content of carbohydrates, high growth rate and very low lignin content, making them good sources of biomass for bioethanol duction. In contrast to com and sugar-cane, useExpand
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