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Carbon balance - a simple method for monitoring anaerobic digestion

Journal of Microbial Biotechnology 4(2): 93-97
Carbon balance - a simple method for monitoring anaerobic digestion
Carbon balance studies on the production of biogas from cellulose by a mixed population of anaerobic bacteria showed that the biogas produced accounted for 42% of the TC in the feed. The overall TC recovery in the experiment was 98%.

Accession: 002042993

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