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close this bookRenewable biological systems for alternative sustainable energy production. (FAO Agricultural Services Bulletin - 128) (1997)
close this folderChapter 3 - Production of fuel alcohol from cellulosic biomass
View the document3.1 Introduction
Open this folder and view contents3.2 Cellulase production
Open this folder and view contents3.3 Saccharification of cellulosic waste materials
Open this folder and view contents3.4 Use of immobilized yeast cells in alcohol fermentation's
Open this folder and view contents3.5 Alcohol production using an integrated pilot plant
View the document3.6 Feasibility study
View the document3.7 Conclusion
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