2 edition of Acetic acid production from marine algae found in the catalog.
Acetic acid production from marine algae
Dynatech R/D Company
by Dept. of Energy, Division of Solar Energy, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in [Washington], Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Dynatech R/D Company, a division of Dynatech Corporation|
|Series||COO ; 4388-1|
|Contributions||Sanderson, John E, Augenstein, Don C, Wise, Donald L. 1937-, United States. Dept. of Energy. Division of Solar Energy|
|The Physical Object|
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Get this from a library. Acetic acid production from marine algae. [John E Sanderson; Don C Augenstein; Donald L Wise; Dynatech R/D Company.; United States.
Get this from Acetic acid production from marine algae book library. Acetic acid production from marine algae: Progress report, no. 2, period covered - September 30 to Decem [Dynatech R/D Company.; United States. Department of Energy.;].
Gasification is the conversion process of biomass into CH 4, H 2, CO 2, and product gas from this process can be burned directly or used as a fuel gas engine, or can be used as a feedstock (synthetic gas) (McKendry, ).But in the case of microalgae biomass that has high water content (80–90%) (Patil et al., ), the gasification process is not : Kurniadhi Prabandono, Sarmidi Amin.
This marine oleaginous microorganism showed an elevated potential for polyunsaturated fatty acids production at higher acetic and butyric acid concentrations than previously reported.
Moreover, fluorescence microscopy revealed that growth on butyric acid caused cell size to increase to 45 µm, one of the largest values reported for oleaginous. Estimation of indole acetic acid in some local algae and study the optimal conditions for its production of cyanobacteria Gloeocapsa sp.
PCC Article Full-text available. Marine seaweeds and algae enriched with polysaccharides such as glycosaminoglycans, agar, alginate and chitin/chitosan owing to their diversified significance have received growing attention among researchers. Currently, marine‐derived biomolecules cater 20% market drug load while other natural products bear 30% by: 4.
Indole acetic acid is a natural phytohormone which influence the root and shoot growth of the plants. Six (GM1-GM6) endosymbiotic bacteria are isolated from Gracilaria corticata and screened for.
Technologies for the production of algae derived biofuel has attracted wide attention in recent years.
Direct thermochemical conversion of algae obtained biocrude oil with poor fuel quality due to the complex composition of algae. Thus, catalysts are required in such process to remove the heteroatoms such as oxygen, nitrogen, and sulfur.
Adjust to pH4 using acetic acid. After 10 minutes the temperature is increased and maintained close to the boiling point for three minutes. Water is added to bring the total volume to ml; with this dilution the pH increases to approximately 6 unless it is adjusted with acetic acid or a dilute solution of caustic soda.
Acetic acid. Acetic acid finds application in the production of vinyl acetate monomer, terephthalic acid, paints, food-grade vinegar, adhesives, photographic products, etc.
currently produced mainly from petroleum resources like methanol, ethanol, or acetaldehyde. Different food wastes serve as an ideal source for the production of acetic : Raveendran Sindhu, Parameswaran Binod, Ramkumar B. Nair, Sunita Varjani, Ashok Pandey, Edgard Gnanso.
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ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE This invention provides a process for the stable and low cost production of docosahexaenoic acid having no fishy smells in which docosahexaenoic acid is extracted from cells of a marine microalga produced by a continuous liquid culture process which is effective in producing docosahexaenoic acid in high concentration industrially by: 9.
The current program to convert biomass into liquid hydrocarbon fuels is an extension of the previous program to ferment marine algae to acetic acid. In that study, it was found that marine algae could be converted to higher aliphatic organic acids and that these acids could be readily removed from the fermentation both by membrane or liquid.
The results in the study demonstrate the production of industrially important chemicals, such as acetic acid and butyric acid, from the fermentation of microalgal sugar. The process described in the study can potentially be used as a value-adding step to generate biochemicals from cell debris in an integrated microalgal biorefinery by: 2.
Abstract. The book contains the following sections: biomass from carbohydrates; biomass from higher n-alkanes; biomass from methane and methanol; phototropic microalgae; edible mushrooms; starter cultures for milk and meat processing; starter cultures for other purposes; microbial soil amelioration; bacteria for nitrogen fixation; microbial insecticides; ethanol fermentation; acetic acid.
An organochloride, organochlorine compound, chlorocarbon, or chlorinated hydrocarbon is an organic compound containing at least one covalently bonded atom of chlorine that has an effect on the chemical behavior of the chloroalkane class (alkanes with one or more hydrogens substituted by chlorine) provides common examples.
The wide structural variety and divergent chemical. Thraustochytrid production of polyunsaturated fatty acids and xanthophylls have been generally sourced from crop-derived substrates, making the exploration of alternative feedstocks attractive since they promise increased sustainability and lower production costs.
In this study, a distinct two-stage fermentation system was conceptualized for the first time, using the brown seaweed sugar Cited by: An integrated method is developed to utilize to a maximum extent the fresh biomass of seaweeds such as Kappaphycus alvarezii that can be crushed to release sap and where the sap is useful as a potent liquid fertilizer after suitable treatment with additives and dilution while the residue is a superior raw material for extraction of κ-carrageenan, thereby enhancing the value of the by: We have found comparable productivity of Chondrus using CO 2 or CH 3 COOH in tank culture with an increase in production of and %, respectively, over the control.
Laboratory experiments showed that acetic acid enabled us to maintain a steady state total inorganic carbon in the medium, the algae displaying an active by: 7. Scripps Institute of Oceanography gets nearly $5M to study causes of deadly algal blooms. Researchers from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California San Natural products.
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The effect of these chemicals on nontarget organisms, either directly or indirectly, is a significant problem which must be Cited by: One-minute algae: new source of oil? "We're trying to mimic the process in nature that forms crude oil with marine organisms," said Phil Savage, carboxylic acids (like acetic acid.The more common techniques applied to increase the production of lipids from algae have through genetic manipulation, where genetic markers are manipulated that allow for increased lipid production to occur in the cell under normal conditions, by alteration of the cultivation conditions[17, 18], or by addition and manipulation of nutrients and Cited by: 3.