Systematic approach to assess biohydrogen potential of anaerobic sludge and soil rhizobia as biocatalysts: Influence of crucial factors affecting acidogenic fermentation.

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A systematic protocol was designed to enumerate the variation in biohydrogen production with two different biocatalysts (sludge and soil) under different pH and organic loads. Both the biocatalysts showed cumulatively higher H2 production under acidogenic condition (pH 6) than at neutral pH condition. The cumulative hydrogen production was non-linearly… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.biortech.2014.02.097

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@article{Nikhil2014SystematicAT, title={Systematic approach to assess biohydrogen potential of anaerobic sludge and soil rhizobia as biocatalysts: Influence of crucial factors affecting acidogenic fermentation.}, author={Gupta Nikhil and S. Venkata Mohan and Yerramsetti Venkata Swamy}, journal={Bioresource technology}, year={2014}, volume={165}, pages={323-31} }