A study comparing sucrose, ethanol and methanol as carbon and energy sources for biological sulphate reduction. aa Download
This study assess substrate removal characteristics according to acclimitisation periods by OUR and NUR tests. The substrates considered were by-products of sugar refining and the fine chemical industry as well as methanol.
This study looks into the kinetics involved in denitrification using an external carbon source. Methanol is primarily studied, although the efficacy of alternate subtrates like sucrose, ethanol and acetate are also considered.
This paper looks into an alternative substrate to methanol for tertiary denitrification. High fructose corn syrup (HFCS) was identified as the most cost effective alternative, which would also be much safer to handle.
This paper embarks on a benchmarking exercise to determine the effectiveness of sucrose as a carbon supplement for denitrification in comparison to that for ethanol.
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