Ethanol Production from Waste Potato Mash by Using Saccharomyces Cerevisiae †

  title={Ethanol Production from Waste Potato Mash by Using Saccharomyces Cerevisiae †},
  author={Gulten Izmirlioglu and Ali Demirci},
Bio-ethanol is one of the energy sources that can be produced by renewable sources. Waste potato mash was chosen as a renewable carbon source for ethanol fermentation because it is relatively inexpensive compared with other feedstock considered as food sources. However, a pretreatment process is needed: specifically, liquefaction and saccharification processes are needed to convert starch of potato into fermentable sugars before ethanol fermentation. In this study, hydrolysis of waste potato… CONTINUE READING
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