Biodiesel Production from Scenedesmus sp . through Optimized in situ Acidic Transesterification Process

@inproceedings{Choi2014BiodieselPF,
  title={Biodiesel Production from Scenedesmus sp . through Optimized in situ Acidic Transesterification Process},
  author={W.-Y. Choi and Gyoung Kim and S.-Y. Sik-Yum Lee and H.-Y. Leec},
  year={2014}
}
Biodiesel, one of renewable bioenergy, has been produced from various resources such as vegetable oil, animal fats, used frying oils and microbial oils etc.1–3 Extensive study has been conducted on using edible oils, which limited by the availability of oil inventories, but these materials result in high sensitivity of prices to oil demand from industry.4–7 In order to not compete with edible oils, the lowcost and profitable biodiesel should be produced from low-cost feedstocks such as non… CONTINUE READING

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