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Advantageous conditions of saccharification of lignocellulosic biomass for biofuels generation via fermentation processesPublication
Processing of lignocellulosic biomass includes four major unit operations: pre-treatment, hydrolysis, fermentation and product purifcation prior to biofuel generation via anaerobic digestion. The microorganisms involved in the fermentation metabolize only simple molecules, i.e., monosugars which can be obtained by carrying out the degradation of complex polymers, the main component of lignocellulosic biomass. The object of this...
Mesophilic and thermophilic dark fermentation course analysis using sensor matrices and chromatographic techniquesPublication
Production of biofuels from biomass is expected to benefit the society and the environment. At present, bio waste residues processing includes hydrolysis, dark fermentation, photofermentation, pyrolysis, gasification, and chemical synthesis. As the composition and the chemical structure of organic substances affect the efficiency of mentioned processes, it is believed that the glucose concentration is a crucial parameter for the...
Application of cyanated asphaltenes in gas-phase adsorption processes for removal of volatile organic compoundsPublication
The paper presents an innovative, chemically modified (methylcyanated) asphaltene-based adsorbent that can be an inter-esting low-cost alternative for traditional adsorbents. Adsorption properties of adsorbents were examined by inverse gas chromatography technique, adsorption isotherms, and breakthrough curves. A significant increase in retention volume for pyridine, 2-pentanone, nitropropane, toluene, and 1-butanol was observed....
Effects of n-butanol presence, inlet loading, empty bed residence time and starvation periods on the performance of a biotrickling filter removing cyclohexane vapors from airPublication
This paper presents the results of investigations on the removal of cyclohexane vapors from air using a peat-perlite packed biotrickling filter. Effects of basic process parameters i.e. IL (inlet loading) and EBRT (empty bed residence time) as well as introduction of n-butanol to the treated air stream and starvation periods on the process performance were evaluated. The results show that the introduction of hydrophilic n-butanol...
Biofiltration is one of the techniques used to reduce odorants in the air. It is based on the aerobic degradation of pollutants by microorganisms located in the filter bed. The research presents the possibility of using the electronic nose prototype for monitoring and efficiency assessment of air biofiltration. The study was conducted using model gas mixtures containing representatives of three groups of chemical compounds: n-hexane...
Synthesis of reduced graphene oxide nanosheets using nanofibers from methane and biogas thermal decomposition with various catalystsPublication
Reduced graphene oxide and graphene oxide (rGO, GO) were synthesised from carbon nanofibers, which were formed in catalytic thermal decomposition of methane (CDM) and biogas with different catalysts used in the process. The aim of the work was valorization of CDM carbon nanofiber products. The samples were characterized using Raman spectra, a scanning electron microscope and a transmission electron microscope. As a result, we observe...
The synthesis of a new chromogenic N,N-phenyltetrazole receptor is reported here. The cationbinding properties of this receptor in solution were investigated by naked-eye colour change, electrochemical methods and UV-Vis spectroscopy in various solvents (CH3CN, dimethylsulphoxide (DMSO), DMSO/H2O, CH3CN/H2O and CH3CN/MeOH). In addition, the receptor was used as a sensing material in ion-selective membrane electrodes. The selectivity...
Synthesis, structural and spectroscopic properties of asymmetric schiff bases derived from 2,3-diaminopyridinePublication
Two Schiff base derivatives, 4-(2-amino-3-pyridyliminomethyl)phenol (I) and 3-(2-amino-3- pyridyliminomethyl)nitrobenzene (II ), were synthesised and characterised by spectroscopy. The structure of I was determined by single crystal X-ray diffraction studies. The asymmetric Schiff base derived from 2,3-diaminopyridine selectively recognise transition and heavy metal cations, and some anion. Ligands I and II form stable complexes...
New bulk liquid membrane oscillator composed of two coupled oscillators with diffusion-mediated physical couplingPublication
A new type of bulk liquid membrane system, which represents the first example of a bulk liquid membrane oscillator characterised by the presence of two coupled oscillators, is described. When the benzyldimethyltetradecylammonium chloride surfactant undergoes an oscillatory mass transfer through a nitromethane liquid membrane, a new liquid layer (phase X) appears between the membrane and the acceptor phase. Kinetic analysis provides...
Simultaneous removal of Al(III) and Cu(II) from dilute aqueous solutions by ion and precipitate flotation methods is investigated. Influence of the pH of the initial solution, the surface active collector concentration and the gas flow rate on the final removal ratio and the course of ion and precipitate flotations is presented. Results show that simultaneous flotations of Al(OH)3 and Cu(OH)2 insoluble species occur allowing to...
Reaction of aniline with ammonium persulphate and concentrated hydrochloric acid: Experimental and DFT studiesPublication
In this paper, the reaction of aniline with ammonium persulphate and concentrated HCl was studied. As a result of our experimental studies, 2,4,6-trichlorophenylamine was identified as the main product. This shows that a high concentration of HCl does not favour oxidative polymerisation of phenylamine, even though the ammonium persulphate/HCl system is widely used in polyaniline synthesis. On the basis of the experimental data...
A procedure for the determination of dichloromethane and tetrachloroethene in water using pervaporation and gas chromatographyPublication
In the present study, pervaporation was applied to the determination of tetrachloroethene (PCE) and dichloromethane (DCM) in liquid samples. PCE is the most commonly used solvent in dry-cleaning processes. PCE belongs to group 2A of carcinogens (probably carcinogenic to humans) according to the classification of the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC). DCM is also widely used as an industrial solvent for the purification...
Oscylatory z grubowarstwowymi membranami ciekłymi zawierające jonowe surfakanty mogą być użyte do modelowania zjawisk oscylacyjnych zachodzących w membranach biologicznych. Stwierdzono, że zmiany temperatury mają silny wpływ na charakterystyki oscylacyjne. Zmienia się częstotliwość oscylacji i ukazują się nowe piki w układach zawierających nitrometan. Zbadano wpływ składu faz wodnych (stężenie surfaktanta i alkoholu) oraz materiału...
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