The influence of carbon content in the mixture of substrates on methane production

@article{Mulka2015TheIO,
  title={The influence of carbon content in the mixture of substrates on methane production},
  author={R. Mulka and W. Szulczewski and J. Szlachta and Hubert Prask},
  journal={Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy},
  year={2015},
  volume={18},
  pages={807-815}
}
A lot of different chemical reactions take place in the biochemical process of biogas formation but the most important of them include the reaction of bonding carbon dioxide with hydrogen and the decomposition of acetic acid. Other factors, such as temperature, pH, etc., only limit the amount of methane or, in extreme cases, they even stop the process of methane formation. The paper presents an analysis of the influence of the amount of available carbon in the substrate and inoculum on biogas… Expand
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