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Oxidation of carbon monoxide by methoxy-radicals
The thermal decomposition of dimethyl peroxide (DMP) in a static system was investigated over the temperature range 123–153°C at varying pressures of carbon monoxide. The reaction of methoxy-radicals with carbon monoxide ...
Production and use of electrolytic hydrogen in Ecuador towards a low carbon economy
(Pergamon-elsevier Science LtdOxfordInglaterra, 2014)
Production of polysaccharidases in different carbon sources by Leucoagaricus gongylophorus Moller (Singer), the symbiotic fungus of the leaf-cutting ant Atta sexdens linnaeus
Leucoagaricus gongylophorus, the fungus cultured by the leaf-cutting ant Atta sexdens, produces polysaccharidases that degrade leaf components by generating nutrients believed to be essential for ant nutrition. We evaluated ...
Rational use of residential digesters for sewage treatment with Carbon Credits
The present work aims at decentralization of sewage treatment and eco-efficient way of enabling the deployment of residential digesters to treat only the water with high organic load without overloading the system, avoiding ...
Polypropylene composites manufactured from recycled carbon fibers from aeronautic materials waste
Carbon fiber composites are used in several industries such as, aerospace, automotive, civil engineering, sports goods and technical applications due to its low-weight, strength and stiffness. However, the technology of ...
Power system capacity expansion planning model considering carbon emissions constraints
This paper presents a power system capacity expansion planning modelconsidering carbon emissions constraints. In addition to the traditionaltechnical and economical issues usually considered in the planning process, two ...
The Oldest, Slowest Rainforests in the World? Massive Biomass and Slow Carbon Dynamics of Fitzroya cupressoides Temperate Forests in Southern Chile
(Public Library Science, 2015)
Old-growth temperate rainforests are, per unit area, the largest and most long-lived stores of carbon in the terrestrial biosphere, but their carbon dynamics have rarely been described. The endangered Fitzroya cupressoides ...
Bacterial Cellulose from Simple and Low Cost Production Media by Gluconacetobacter xylinus
Bacterial cellulose pellicles were produced by Gluconacetobacter xylinus using non conventional low-cost carbon sources, such as glycerol remaining from biodiesel production and grape bagasse, a residue of wine production. ...