Biomass/adsorbent electrostatic interactions in expanded bed adsorption: a zeta potential study.

@article{Lin2003BiomassadsorbentEI,
  title={Biomass/adsorbent electrostatic interactions in expanded bed adsorption: a zeta potential study.},
  author={Dong-Qiang Lin and Peter Jochen Brixius and J{\"u}rgen J Hubbuch and J{\"o}rg Th{\"o}mmes and M. -R. Kula},
  journal={Biotechnology and bioengineering},
  year={2003},
  volume={83 2},
  pages={
          149-57
        }
}
Expanded bed adsorption is an integrated technology that allows the introduction of particle-containing feedstock without the risk of blocking the bed. The biomass particles contained in the feedstock have to be treated as an integral part of the process and potential interactions between suspended biomass and the adsorbent must be excluded during process design. Because the electrostatic forces dominate the interactions between the biomass and adsorbent, the zeta potential has been studied as… CONTINUE READING
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