Increasing the efficiency of ethanol production from Enterobacter aerogenes and crude glycerol
With global energy consumption consistently on the rise, there is a need to match supply to demand using alternative energy sources. Current energy sources rely heavily on fossil fuels; however, their emissions have been implicated in environmental and health issues. National and global policies have been implemented to reduce fossil fuel emissions and promote alternative energy sources. One of the more well-known alternative energy sources is biodiesel. Biodiesel is typically manufactured from seed oils or from waste vegetable oil by base-promoted transesterification using methanol or ethanol ...
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