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    Previous work has shown that very high yields of charcoal are obtained when pyrolysis of the biomass feedstock is conducted at elevated pressure in a closed vessel, wherein the pyrolytic vapors are held captive and in contact with the solid products of pyrolysis. In this paper, we show that, for some biomass species, the yield of carbon produced by this process effectively attains the

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    Pyrolysis production of fruit peel biochar for potential use

    Request PDF | On Mar 2, 2018, Su Shiung Lam and others published Pyrolysis production of fruit peel biochar for potential use in treatment of palm oil mill effluent | Find, read and cite all the

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    The impact of pyrolysis conditions on orange peel biochar

    (2018) Pyrolysis production of fruit peel biochar for potential use in treatment of palm oil mill effluent. Journal of Environmental Management 213: 400 – 408 . Google Scholar | Crossref | Medline

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    Liew Rock Keey | Pyrolysis Technology

    Pyrolysis production of fruit peel biochar for potential use in treatment of palm oil mill effluent (As Palm Oil Mill Effluent Adsorbent) (Journal of Environmental Management 213, 400-408) 4.

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    Pyrolysis production of fruit peel biochar for potential use

    Pyrolysis production of fruit peel biochar for potential use in treatment of palm oil mill effluent Su Shiung Lam a, i, *, Rock Keey Liew a, Chin Kui Cheng b, Nazaitulshila Rasit c, Chee Kuan Ooi c, Nyuk Ling Ma d, Jo-Han Ng e, f, Wei Haur Lam g, Cheng Tung Chong h, Howard A. Chase i

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    Production of biochar from oil palm frond by steam pyrolysis

    In this study, biochar was produced from oil palm frond using steam pyrolysis at 500 °C and pulverized to granular and micro-fine particles. Both biochar particles were characterized and applied as adsorbents for treating final discharge of palm oil mill effluent. The effluent was also filtered and treated to examine the effect of suspended solids on adsorption capacity. The biochar had

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    Pyrolysis production of fruit peel biochar for potential use

    Palm oil mill effluent (POME) is a harmful waste that should also be treated before it can safely be released to the environment. In this study, pyrolysis of banana and orange peels was performed under different temperatures to produce biochar that was then examined as adsorbent in POME treatment.

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    Self‐purging microwave pyrolysis: an innovative approach to

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    Chong Cheng Tung - Faculty - China-UK Low Carbon College

    SS Lam, RK Liew, CK Cheng, N Rasit, CK Ooi, NL Ma, JH Ng, WH Lam, CT Chong, HA Chase, Pyrolysis production of fruit peel biochar for potential use in treatment of palm oil mill effluent, Journal of Environmental Management, vol. 213, pp. 400-408, 2018 (IF:4.005)

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    Pyrolysis production of fruit peel biochar for potential use

    Pyrolysis production of fruit peel biochar for potential use in treatment of palm oil mill effluent Su Shiung Lam a, i, *, Rock Keey Liew a, Chin Kui Cheng b, Nazaitulshila Rasit c, Chee Kuan Ooi c, Nyuk Ling Ma d, Jo-Han Ng e, f, Wei Haur Lam g, Cheng Tung Chong h, Howard A. Chase i

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    Rock Keey Liew | Universiti Malaysia Terengganu - Academia.edu

    Pyrolysis production of fruit peel biochar for potential use in treatment of palm oil mill effluent more by Su Shiung Lam and Rock Keey Liew Fruit peel, an abundant waste, represents a potential bio-resource to be converted into useful materials instead of being dumped in landfill sites.

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    Production of biochar from oil palm frond by steam pyrolysis

    The production of biochar using steam pyrolysis at 500 °C was able to carbonize oil palm frond by increasing its carbon content to 77.9% and reducing its oxygen content to 13.9% (Table S3). The reduction of hydrogen to 2.9% indicates that the degree of carbonization of the biochar was high.

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    ‪Rock Keey Liew‬ - ‪Google Scholar‬

    Pyrolysis production of fruit peel biochar for potential use in treatment of palm oil mill effluent . SS Lam, RK Liew, CK Cheng, N Rasit, CK Ooi, NL Ma, JH Ng, WH Lam, Journal of environmental management 213, 400-408, 2018. 73: 2018: Production of act

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    Pyrolysis production of fruit peel biochar for potential use

    Fruit peel, an abundant waste, represents a potential bio-resource to be converted into useful materials instead of being dumped in landfill sites. Palm oil mill effluent (POME) is a harmful waste that should also be treated before it can safely be released to the environment. In this study, pyrolysis of banana and orange peels was performed under different temperatures to produce biochar that...

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    Pyrolysis production of fruit peel biochar for potential use

    Pyrolysis production of fruit peel biochar for potential use in treatment of palm oil mill effluent Lam, Su Shiung and Cheng, C. K. and Liew, Rock Keey and Nazaitulshila, Rasit and Ooi, Chee Kuan and Ma, Nyuk Ling and Ng, Jo Han and Lam, Wei Haur and Chong, Cheng Tung and Chase, Howard A. (2018) Pyrolysis production of fruit peel biochar for potential use in treatment of palm oil mill effluent.

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    Pyrolysis production of fruit peel biochar for potential use

    Fruit peel, an abundant waste, represents a potential bio-resource to be converted into useful materials instead of being dumped in landfill sites. Palm oil mill effluent (POME) is a harmful waste that should also be treated before it can safely be

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    Rock Keey Liew, P.Tech, Ph.D - Universiti Malaysia Terengganu

    Pyrolysis production of fruit peel biochar for potential use in treatment of palm oil mill effluent Palm oil mill effluent (POME) is a harmful waste that should also be treated before it can

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    Pyrolysis for Biochar Purposes: A Review to Establish Current

    Pyrolysis production of fruit peel biochar for potential use in treatment of palm oil mill effluent. Journal of Environmental Management 2018, 213, 400-408. DOI: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2018.02.092. Juan C. Sanchez-Hernandez.

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    ‪Wei-Haur Lam‬ - ‪Google Scholar‬

    Journal of cleaner production 208, 1436-1445, 2019. 78: 2019: Pyrolysis production of fruit peel biochar for potential use in treatment of palm oil mill effluent. SS Lam, RK Liew, CK Cheng, N Rasit, CK Ooi, NL Ma, JH Ng, WH Lam, Journal of environment

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    Production of biochars derived from sewage sludge and orange

    An alternative for the reinsertion of these materials to the production cycle is their conversion into biochar by the pyrolysis process. Thus, this study aims to produce, perform the initial characterization and compare biochars obtained from two different matrices: sludge from sewage treatment plants and orange peels. The sludge samples were pyrolyzed at 450 °C (BL450) and 650 °C (BL650

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    Biochar: a sustainable solution | SpringerLink

    Pyrolysis production of fruit peel biochar for potential use in treatment of palm oil mill effluent. Journal of environmental management, 213, 400–408. CAS Google Scholar Lee, J., Kim, K. H., & Kwon, E. E. (2017a). Biochar as a catalyst. Renewable and

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    Pyrolysis production of fruit peel biochar for potential use

    Palm oil mill effluent (POME) is a harmful waste that should also be treated before it can safely be released to the environment. In this study, pyrolysis of banana and orange peels was performed under different temperatures to produce biochar that was then examined as adsorbent in POME treatment.

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    Comparison of adsorption of biochar from agricultural wastes

    "Pyrolysis production of fruit peel biochar for potential use in treatment of palm oil mill effluent," Journal of Environmental Management 213, 400-408. DOI: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2018.02.092 DOI: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2018.02.092

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    (PDF) Chemical characterizations of biochar from palm oil

    [30] S.S. Lam et al., Pyrolysis production of fruit peel biochar for potential use in treatment of palm oil mill effluent e74–e74 J. Environ. Manage. 213 (2018),

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    Pyrolysis production of fruit peel biochar for potential use

    Official websites use .gov A .gov website belongs to an Pyrolysis production of fruit peel biochar for potential use in treatment of palm oil mill effluent Author: Lam, Su Shiung, Liew, Rock Keey, Cheng, Chin Kui, Rasit, Nazaitulshila, Ooi, Chee Kuan,

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    Pyrolysis production of fruit peel biochar for potential use

    Palm oil mill effluent (POME) is a harmful waste that should also be treated before it can safely be released to the environment. In this study, pyrolysis of banana and orange peels was performed under different temperatures to produce biochar that was then examined as adsorbent in POME treatment. The pyrolysis generated 30.7-47.7 wt% yield of a dark biochar over a temperature ranging between

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    Pyrolysis production of fruit peel biochar for potential use

    Fruit peel, an abundant waste, represents a potential bio-resource to be converted into useful materials instead of being dumped in landfill sites. Palm oil mill effluent (POME) is a harmful waste that should also be treated before it can safely be released to the environment. In this study, pyrolysis of banana and orange peels was performed under different temperatures to produce biochar that

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    ‪Chin Kui Cheng, CEng(UK)‬ - ‪Google Scholar‬

    Pyrolysis production of fruit peel biochar for potential use in treatment of palm oil mill effluent. SS Lam, RK Liew, CK Cheng, N Rasit, CK Ooi, NL Ma, JH Ng, WH Lam, Journal of Environmental Management 213, 400-408, 2018. 73: 2018: Production of acti

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    Journals | Pyrolysis Technology

    Pyrolysis Production of Fruit Peel Biochar for Potential Use in Treatment of Palm Oil Mill Effluent Author: Su Shiung Lam, Rock Keey Liew, Chin Kui Cheng, Nazaitulshila Rasit, Chee Kuan Ooi, Nyuk L.ing Ma, Jo-Han Ng, Wei Haur Lam, Cheng Tung Chong, Howard A. Chase. Published Date: 16 March 2018 Journal: Journal of Environmental Management

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