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Engineering Yeast for Cellulosic Ethanol Production

Abstract: Biofuel, the alternative energy, aims to greatly reduce the carbon emissions on earth. Cellulosic ethanol is expected to replace the first generation biofuel made by agriculture crops,


Optimization of the Process Parameters for the Preparation of Activated Carbon from Low Cost Phoenix Dactylifera Using Response Surface Methodology

Abstract: This work deals with the preparation of low-cost activated carbon from selected agricultural waste materials, by chemical activation with orthophosphoric acid.


Preparation and Characterization of a Sulfonated Carbonbased Solid Acid Microspheric Material (SCSAM) and its use for the Esterification of Oleic Acid with Methanol

Abstract: In this study, a sulfonated group (-SO3H) rich carbon-based solid acid microspheric material was prepared by hydrothermal method followed by sulfonation using

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Intensification of Synthesis of Crystalline Zinc Phosphate (Zn3(Po4)2) Nanopowder: Advantage of Sonochemical Method Over Conventional Method

Abstract In the present study, nano-sized zinc phosphate (ZP) powders were prepared using conventional (NUS) and sonochemically assisted (US) precipitation method, using zinc chloride and potassium dihydrogen phosphate as precursors and 25% of ammonia solution

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