2017
DOI: 10.1590/1678-4324-2017160260
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Abstract: ABSTRACT Biohydrogen production from starch processing wastewater in this study resulted the highest yield of 61.75 mL H 2 /g COD at initial pH 7.0, thermophilic temperature, and iron concentration 800 mg Fe/L. The yield was 2-folded higher than the operation at mesophilic temperature or without iron addition. Cell immobilization by addition of biomaterials (BM) could improve the hydrogen yield by 2-folded comparing to the non-addition. BM from plants (loofa sponge) was found producing higher yield than that … Show more

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