Bioethanol Production from Cachaza as Hydrogen Feedstock : Effect of Ammonium Sulfate during Fermentation

@inproceedings{Sanchez2017BioethanolPF,
  title={Bioethanol Production from Cachaza as Hydrogen Feedstock : Effect of Ammonium Sulfate during Fermentation},
  author={Nestor E. Sanchez and Ruth Yolanda Ruiz and Nicolas Infante and M. I. Zafra Cobo},
  year={2017}
}
Cachaza is a type of non-centrifugal sugarcane press-mud that, if it is not employed efficiently, generates water pollution, soil eutrophication, and the spread of possible pathogens. This biomass can be fermented to produce bioethanol. Our intention is to obtain bioethanol that can be catalytically reformed to produce hydrogen (H2) for further use in fuel… CONTINUE READING