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Fermoso, FG;van Hullebusch, ED;Guibaud, G;Collins, G;Svensson, BH;Carliell-Marquet, C;Vink, JPM;Esposito, G;Frunzo, L
2015
January
Tissue Engineering Iii: Cell-Surface Interactions For Tissue Culture
Fate of Trace Metals in Anaerobic Digestion
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GRANULAR SLUDGE BIOREACTORS TROUT ONCORHYNCHUS-MYKISS MODEL NO. 1 BIOTIC LIGAND MODEL CHEMICAL SPECIATION BIOGAS PRODUCTION UASB REACTORS MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES BINDING PROPERTIES SULFATE REDUCTION
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A challenging, and largely uncharted, area of research in the field of anaerobic digestion science and technology is in understanding the roles of trace metals in enabling biogas production. This is a major knowledge gap and a multifaceted problem involving metal chemistry; physical interactions of metal and solids; microbiology; and technology optimization. Moreover, the fate of trace metals, and the chemical speciation and transport of trace metals in environments often agricultural lands receiving discharge waters from anaerobic digestion processes simultaneously represents challenges for environmental protection and opportunities to close process loops in anaerobic digestion.
0724-6145
10.1007/978-3-319-21993-6_7
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