Stoichiometry Evaluation Of Biohydrogen Production From Various Carbohydrates
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Microorganisms mediate the production of biohydrogen from organic feedstock and carbohydrates are the most preferred organic source. However, microbial breakdown of carbohydrates as the only feedstock produces substantial organic acids which lower the fermentation pH to a level detrimental to the activity of the microorganisms. In
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