Chemical and structural analysis of enhanced biochars: thermally treated mixtures of biochar, chicken litter, clay and minerals.

@article{Lin2013ChemicalAS,
  title={Chemical and structural analysis of enhanced biochars: thermally treated mixtures of biochar, chicken litter, clay and minerals.},
  author={Yun Lian Lin and Paul G. Munroe and Stephen H. Joseph and A. M. Ziolkowski and Lukas van Zwieten and Stephen W. Kimber and Josh Rust},
  journal={Chemosphere},
  year={2013},
  volume={91 1},
  pages={35-40}
}
In this study biochar mixtures comprising a Jarrah-based biochar, chicken litter (CL), clay and other minerals were thermally treated, via torrefaction, at moderate temperatures (180 and 220 °C). The objectives of this treatment were to reduce N losses from CL during processing and to determine the effect of both the type of added clay and the torrefaction temperature on the structural and chemical properties of the final product, termed as an enhanced biochar (EB). Detailed characterisation… CONTINUE READING
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