Characteristics of hydrogen production from bean curd manufacturing waste by anaerobic microflora

@inproceedings{Mizuno2000CharacteristicsOH,
  title={Characteristics of hydrogen production from bean curd manufacturing waste by anaerobic microflora},
  author={Osamu Mizuno and Takeshi Ohara and Masafumi Shinya and Tatsuya Noike},
  year={2000}
}
The hydrogen production from bean curd manufacturing waste by anaerobic microflora was investigated using batch experiments at 35 °C. The anaerobic microflora was obtained from fermented soybean-meals and maintained using a sucrose-limited medium in continuous culture. A solution of an organic substrate without solid component such as rough fiber in bean curd manufacturing waste was used for the experiments. After the inoculation, hydrogen production immediately occurred and almost ceased at 12… CONTINUE READING

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