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Impact of Different Metabolic Uncouplers on the Specific Degradation Rate of Toluene in a Differential Biofiltration Reactor
(University of Canterbury. Chemical and Process Engineering, 2013)
In this work, a differential biofiltration reactor was used to explore the potential of metabolic uncouplers to improve pollutant (toluene) degradation rates. Metabolic uncouplers were reported to reduce the cell mass in ...
The Impact Of Water Content And Other Environmental Parameters On Toluene Removal From Air In A Differential Biofiltration Reactor
(University of Canterbury. Chemical and Process Engineering, 2008)
In this work, a differential reactor was used to expose all the biofilter packing material (compost) to a uniform toluene concentration in air. The reactor was combined with water content control using the suction cell ...
Mediator combined gaseous substrate for electricity generation in microbial fuel cells (MFCs) and potential integration of a MFC into an anaerobic biofiltration system.
(University of Canterbury. Department of Chemical ad Process Engineering, 2013)
Microbial fuel cells (MFCs) are emerging energy production technology which converts the chemical energy stored in biologically degradable compounds to electricity at high efficiencies. Microbial fuel cells ...