Biomethanation processes: new insights on the effect of a high H2 partial pressure on microbial communities

Volume: 13, Issue: 1
Published: Aug 10, 2020
Abstract
Biomethanation is a promising solution to upgrade the CH4 content in biogas. This process consists in the injection of H2 into an anaerobic digester, using the capacity of indigenous hydrogenotrophic methanogens for converting the injected H2 and the CO2 generated from the anaerobic digestion process into CH4. However, the injection of H2 could cause process disturbances by impacting the microbial communities of the anaerobic digester. Better...
Paper Details
Title
Biomethanation processes: new insights on the effect of a high H2 partial pressure on microbial communities
Published Date
Aug 10, 2020
Volume
13
Issue
1
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