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  • Rice Husk Charring Experiment - simecpellet.com

    2020-11-5 · A continuous and stable pyrolysis charring reaction of rice husk can be achieved at 600℃ processing temperature. Uniform size and moisture of rice husk is helpful to keep continuous and stable charring process. The charcoal output ratio of rice husk at …

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  • RESEARCH ARTICLES Effect of charring on rice grain ...

    2020-4-4 · to the charring experiment. Charring was done under two temperature conditions; 230°C and 250°C; for different durations, i.e. 2, 4, 8, 16 and 24 h at 230°C. At 250°C, samples were charred for 2, 4 and 6 h. The sample preparation procedure involved enclosing sample replicates in …

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  • Rice husk biochar and crop residue amendment in ...

    2015-10-21 · We investigated the effect of maize residues and rice husk biochar on biomass production, fertiliser nitrogen recovery (FNR) and nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions for three different subtropical cropping soils. Maize residues at two rates (0 and 10 t ha−1) combined with three rates (0, 15 and 30 t ha-1) of rice husk biochar were added to three soil types in a pot trial with maize plants.

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  • Preservation bias: is rice overrepresented in the ...

    2018-10-18 · Most charring experiments are carried out in the muffle furnace in highly controlled conditions and tackle the taphonomic issues of seed shrinkage and distortion caused by carbonisation. This paper presents the results from charring experiments conducted using real fire conditions. The objective of this study is to reproduce the charring processes that occur naturally and so address the …

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  • Rice Husk Charcoal Briquette Press Exported to Tanzania

    2018-4-5 · medium. Rice husk is another important agricultural waste material used as a planting medium. South and southwest Asian countries produce about 90% of the world rice production. 20% of the rice by weight is husk. Rice husk is considered as a good planting medium due to its light weight and good chemical and physical properties [5].

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  • Research Article EFFECT OF PLANTING MEDIA (RICE HUSK

    2018-1-23 · Rice Husk Ash Cement Introduction Rice husk ash (RHA) is a by-product from the burning of rice husk. Rice husk is extremely prevalent in East and South-East Asia because of the rice production in this area. The rich land and tropical climate make for perfect conditions to cultivate rice and is taken advantage by these Asian countries. The husk

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  • RICE HUSK ASH - cvbt-web.org

    2017-9-20 · The climate change effect for systems A, B and C in spring was estimated to be −1.01, −1.19 and −1.09 t CO 2-eq t −1 dry rice husk, respectively, and in summer the values were −0.74, −0.81 and −0.81 t CO 2-eq t −1 dry rice husk. However, the differences between the systems in each season were not significant, due partially to ...

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  • Climate-change and health effects of using rice husk

    2019-8-30 · The country is also generating 4.34 million t of rice straw and 0.9 million t of rice husk, and has an estimated 19.5 million cows which also generate waste. With the increasing global population, it is projected that the quantity of solid waste generated in sub-Saharan Africa will triple by 2030.

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  • Turning waste to wealth - spore.cta.int

    2017-3-13 · onto rice husks followed pseudo-second-order model with a determination coefficient of 0.986. This work has revealed that rice husks have a great poten-tial to sequester cationic dyes from aqueous solutions and therefore it can be utilized to clean contaminated effluents. Keywords Adsorption, Malachite Green, Rice Husks, Isotherm, Cationic Dye 1.

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  • A Review of Biochar and Its Use and Function in Soil

    2010-1-1 · Similar soils have been documented elsewhere within the region, namely Ecuador and Peru, in West Africa (Benin, Liberia), and the savanna of South Africa (Lehmann et al., 2003). Use of charring in traditional soil management in the past (Young, 1804) or at the current time (Lehmann and Joseph, 2009) has also been reported in other countries. It ...

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  • Stable isotopic composition of rice grain organic

    2019-4-10 · The carbonised rice grains used for analysis were recovered from excavation sites following the technique of water-floatation (Pokharia et al., 2011).The recovered rice grains were found in a carbonised state and classified as cultivated variety based on their morphological features such as shape, size and husk ornamentation (Saraswat and Pokharia, 2002, 2003; Pokharia, 2008, 2011; Pokharia et ...

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  • Characterization and Process Optimization of Biochar ...

    2017-9-23 · In another study dry olive husk was compared with dry tea waste for charring . It was observed that higher particle size of waste dry tea from 0.5 to 1 mm, a slight amount of biochar yield was improved for dry olive husk and dry tea waste from 6.4 to 7.6% and 4.2 to 5.7% respectively.

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  • Biochar: a sustainable solution | SpringerLink

    The planet Earth has been thronged by a horde of threatening issues since the late twentieth century. Climate change, fossil fuel depletion and various types of pollution, including heavy metal pollution, have hit the humanity hard. Application of biochar has been emerged as a viable option to tackle heavy metal pollution. Biochar is a carbonaceous product obtained on pyrolysing any substance ...

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  • Chemical Valorization of Cashew Nut Shell Waste

    2018-2-13 · Cashew (Anacardium occidentale) is a tree native to Brazil, and it was introduced to other parts of the world in the sixteenth century, mainly with the intention of soil conservation.From its intended purpose to check soil erosion, the crop became a major foreign exchange earner in most countries [1, 2].It is primarily grown on the continents of Asia, Africa and South America.

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  • Enhancing The Properties Of Coal Briquette Using

    2021-5-28 · palm husk, rice husks, corn cob, forest wastes, and other agricultural wastes. Several researches on bio–coal briquette have been carried out using some of these biomass resources. There are records of researches carried out on production of bio-coal briquettes using sawdust [27], rice straw [28], olive stone [29, 30] and maize cob [24], etc.

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  • Anti-corrosion and Wear Properties of Binary

    2020-10-21 · The quest for novel, cheap, eco-friendly, and readily available composite coatings with improved corrosion and wear properties are the reasons for this research. This work studied the effect of cow horn particles (CHp) inclusion on the corrosion and wear properties of electroless Ni–P coatings on mild steel. The surface properties of the coatings were studied by scanning electron microscope ...

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  • Kinetic Study of the Isothermal Degradation of Pine ...

    2021-4-27 · The reaction kinetics of solid fuel is a critical aspect of energy production because its energy component is determined during the process. The overall fuel quality is also evaluated to account for a defined energy need. In this study, a two-step first-order reaction mechanism was used to model the rapid mass loss of pine sawdust (PSD) during torrefaction using a thermogravimetric analyzer ...

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  • Adsorption of Cr(VI) on Iron(III) Cellulose

    2017-11-7 · A novel iron(III) cellulose nanocomposite bead was synthesized via sol-gel technique and was used for removal via adsorption of Cr(VI) from laboratory as well as real sample. Characterization of the bead for bulk, surface and thermal properties was made. The adsorption process was optimized for operating variables viz. pH, contact time, initial Cr(VI) concentration, FeCNB dose as well as ...

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  • 70+ Uses for Wood Ash - Practical Self Reliance

    2018-12-27 · While whole eggs placed in wood ash will keep for an extended period, they very different than thousand-year eggs. This Chinese dish is made by “coating duck or chicken eggs in a paste of clay, wood ash, tea, lime, and salt, then burying them – separated by rice straw to stop them from sticking together – for a mere 100 days or so.

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  • world-biochar-headlines-08-2020Biochar

    World Agroforestry works throughout the Global South with footprints in Africa, Asia and Latin America. Our activities span over 44 countries in six regions. Each office oversees, plans, coordinates and supports initiatives within their region, and maintains liaisons and partnerships with governments, development partners, learning institutions ...

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  • IOSR Journal

    2001-4-7 · In the present study is focused to investigate the rheological properties and strength properties of bagasse ash and rice husk ash self compacting concrete produced with 0%, 10%, 20% and 30% of the cement (by mass) replaced by bagasse ash and rice husk ash and sand replaced by 20%, 30%, 40%, 50% and 70% by quarry dust.

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  • Energy & Fuels | Vol 26, No 9 - pubs.acs.org

    2012-9-20 · Feedstock and Technology Options for Bioethanol Production in South Africa: Technoeconomic Prefeasibility Study. Bamikole Amigun, Daniel Petrie, and ; Johann Görgens*

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  • TN #75 Biochar: An Organic House for Soil Microbes ...

    2013-6-1 · Rick Burnette wrote an article for Issue 7 (July 2010) of ECHO Asia Notes, titled “Charcoal Production in 200-Liter Horizontal Drum Kilns.” My article takes the charring process a step further by exploring the rapidly re-emerging world of biochar. Biochar is a form of charcoal, produced through the process of pyrolysis from a wide range of feedstocks.

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  • Anti-corrosion and Wear Properties of Binary

    2020-10-21 · The quest for novel, cheap, eco-friendly, and readily available composite coatings with improved corrosion and wear properties are the reasons for this research. This work studied the effect of cow horn particles (CHp) inclusion on the corrosion and wear properties of electroless Ni–P coatings on mild steel. The surface properties of the coatings were studied by scanning electron microscope ...

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  • Universities Research Journal, Vol.6, No.1, 2014.

    Universities Research Journal, Vol.6, No.1, 2014. Myanmar

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  • The Archaeobotanist: November 2017

    2017-11-23 · One can quibble over whether changes in husk and inferred grain size increases must be human caused. The classic case of such a change in Chinese rice is decidedly NOT about domestication, as it takes place in sites South of Yangtze at the transition from the LGM to much warmer conditions, i.e. around 18,000-16,000 years ago.

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  • Materials Journal Impact IF 2020-2021 | Analysis,

    The Materials Journal Impact IF 2020-2021 is 3.26. More IF Analysis, Trend, Ranking & Prediction.

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  • The Archaeobotanist: 2017

    2017-12-9 · The classic case of such a change in Chinese rice is decidedly NOT about domestication, as it takes place in sites South of Yangtze at the transition from the LGM to much warmer conditions, i.e. around 18,000-16,000 years ago. A full 10,000 years before the appearance on non-shattering rice spikelet bases appear-- domesticated by definition.

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  • Biochar Interest Group - South East Asia (BIG-SEA): 2018

    2021-2-8 · This site has been created to facilitate the establishment of a South East Asian biochar interest group. BIG-SEA could provide communication and linkage between biochar researchers, farmers, related industry and supporting organisations, interested in tropically focused biochar industry development. Please get in touch if you are interested in supporting or participating in this effort.

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  • Frederick Law Olmsted, 1822-1903. A Journey in the ...

    The electronic edition is a part of the UNC-CH digitization project, Documenting the American South. The text has been entered using double-keying and verified against the original. The text has been encoded using the recommendations for Level 4 of the TEI in Libraries Guidelines.

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  • world-biochar-headlines-03-2021Biochar

    2021-3-1 · Based on geographical boundaries, the market is classified into: North America (US and Canada), Europe (UK, Germany, France, Spain and Rest of Europe), Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, India, Australia, South Korea, and Rest of Asia Pacific), Latin America (Brazil, Mexico, and Rest of Latin America), Middle East and Africa (GCC, South Africa, and ...

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  • Bio-templated fabrication of three-dimensional

    2018-1-12 · In this work, a three-dimensional porous mycelium-derived activated carbon (3D-MAC) was fabricated via a facile bio-templating method using mycelium pellets …

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  • Theses and Dissertations Available from ProQuest |

    Dissertations & Theses from 2019. Krishnan, Ankita (2019) Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder Through a Cultural Lens: Perspectives, Stigma, and Cultural Values among Asians . Suzuki, Takakuni (2019) Quantifying the Relations among Neurophysiological Responses, Dimensional Psychopathology, and Personality Traits . Dissertations & Theses from 2018. Abdel-Salam, Ahmed Nabil (2018) …

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  • Abstracts - panel.waset.org

    The effect of adding silica nanoparticles (SiNPs) obtained from rice husk, and phosphorus and nitrogen based compounds namely 9,10-dihydro-9-oxa-10-phosphaphenantrene-10-oxide (DOPO) and melamine, respectively, on the flammability of polystyrene (PS) was studied using …

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  • The archaeobotanical significance of immature millet ...

    We present evidence from ethnography and experimental processing of foxtail millet (Setaria italica (L.) P. Beauv.) in China that spikelets containing incompletely filled (or immature) grains constitute a significant portion of typical millet harvests and are removed along with other by-products after threshing and winnowing. This study provides a baseline for the identification of immature ...

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  • Biochar Interest Group - South East Asia (BIG-SEA): 2018

    2021-2-8 · This site has been created to facilitate the establishment of a South East Asian biochar interest group. BIG-SEA could provide communication and linkage between biochar researchers, farmers, related industry and supporting organisations, interested in tropically focused biochar industry development. Please get in touch if you are interested in supporting or participating in this effort.

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  • Biochar Interest Group - South East Asia (BIG-SEA):

    2018-7-13 · This site has been created to facilitate the establishment of a South East Asian biochar interest group. BIG-SEA could provide communication and linkage between biochar researchers, farmers, related industry and supporting organisations, interested in tropically focused biochar industry development. Please get in touch if you are interested in supporting or participating in this effort.

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  • Energies | Free Full-Text | A Review of Thermal Co ...

    Biomass is relatively cleaner than coal and is the only renewable carbon resource that can be directly converted into fuel. Biomass can significantly contribute to the world’s energy needs if harnessed sustainably. However, there are also problems associated with the thermal conversion of biomass. This paper investigates and discusses issues associated with the thermal conversion of coal and ...

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  • Traitement des déchets agricoles - Les Publications du

    Africa Congress on Conservation Agriculture. 1, 2014-03-18/2014-03-21, Lusaka (Zambie). Communication de congrès Management practices to conserve the fertilizer N value of dairy manure in Vakinankaratra region, Madagascar

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  • NWFP Digest-L

    The initiative is designed to offset the 13 million hectares of forest lost each year globally, mainly in Africa, Asia and South America. Maathai’s Green Belt Movement has previously succeeded in a programme to plant 30 million trees in Africa, earning her the Nobel Peace Prize in 2004.

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  • Abstracts - panel.waset.org

    The effect of adding silica nanoparticles (SiNPs) obtained from rice husk, and phosphorus and nitrogen based compounds namely 9,10-dihydro-9-oxa-10-phosphaphenantrene-10-oxide (DOPO) and melamine, respectively, on the flammability of polystyrene (PS) was studied using …

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  • Rice By-products: Phytochemicals and Food Products ...

    Besides hydrogen and methane, rice husk can also produce ethanol (Omidvar et al. 2016). Rice husk is a promising material to be used as a poultry litter because it could enhance weight gain for the animal (Gao et al. 2015). Rice husk ash is the common term used to describe all types of ash generated when burning rice husk (Xiong et al. 2009).

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  • ARID ZONE JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING,

    (Welcome to AZOJETE Homepage The Arid Zone Journal of Engineering, Technology and Environment is peer referred journal with the objectives to explore, develop and elucidate the knowledge of Engineering design and technology, to keep Practitioners and Researchers informed on current issues and best practices, as well as serving as a platform for the exchange of ideas, knowledge and …

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  • Calaméo - Biochar applications to soil and carbon

    2021-4-1 · Rice husk and rice straw contain unusually high levels of silica (220 and 170 g kg-1 ) compared to that in other major crops. High concentrations of calcium carbonate (CaCO3) can be found in pulp and paper sludge (van Zwieten et al. , 2007) and are retained in the ash fraction of some biochars.

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  • Foods and food adulterants - UFDC Home

    2020-4-22 · Sof rice.-The ash of rice is in sharp contrast with that of aize nt of its content of silica. Even the polished rices have ehigh content of silica, which gives rise to the suspicion that the hing may be done with a quartz powder or some similar material h remains to some extent adherent to the rice …

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  • Micro-Gasification Cooking With Gas From Biomass ...

    2019-2-27 · Rural villages worldwide where rice husks is available and with access to electricity Fuel type: Rice husks Designed by: Prof. Alexis Belonio Center for Rice Husk Energy Technology-CPU, Iloilo City, Philippines Retail price: USD 30-40 Numbers sold: More than 2,000 units sold in the Philippines and abroad since 2006 Start of production: First ...

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  • Biochar Interest Group - South East Asia (BIG-SEA ...

    2018-7-13 · This site has been created to facilitate the establishment of a South East Asian biochar interest group. BIG-SEA could provide communication and linkage between biochar researchers, farmers, related industry and supporting organisations, interested in …

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  • US Patent Application for Extracts from plant and non ...

    2003-1-7 · Novel oil extracts from Angiosperm and Gymnosperm plants and other-plant biomass from human, veterinary, birds, aquatic species, microbial and mycological sources useful in human, veterinary and agricultural, mycological and microbiological applications are described. Methods of preparation of these extracts in oil and methods of application and administration are also described.

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  • EFFECT OF ACTIVATED CHARCOAL ON DDVP

    2018-5-2 · Adsorption on the soil is another important physiochemical characteristic governing the fate of pesticides in the environment (Fushiwaki and Urano, 2001). 2.3.8 Preparation of activated charcoal The properties of activated charcoal produced will depends on the material charred and charring temperature is also important.

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  • Rice By-products: Phytochemicals and Food Products ...

    Besides hydrogen and methane, rice husk can also produce ethanol (Omidvar et al. 2016). Rice husk is a promising material to be used as a poultry litter because it could enhance weight gain for the animal (Gao et al. 2015). Rice husk ash is the common term used to describe all types of ash generated when burning rice husk (Xiong et al. 2009).

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  • Frederick Law Olmsted, 1822-1903. A Journey in the ...

    The electronic edition is a part of the UNC-CH digitization project, Documenting the American South. The text has been entered using double-keying and verified against the original. The text has been encoded using the recommendations for Level 4 of the TEI in Libraries Guidelines.

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  • NWFP Digest-L

    The initiative is designed to offset the 13 million hectares of forest lost each year globally, mainly in Africa, Asia and South America. Maathai’s Green Belt Movement has previously succeeded in a programme to plant 30 million trees in Africa, earning her the Nobel Peace Prize in 2004.

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  • 1-RICE Full Proposal | Agriculture | Food Security

    2017-9-3 · 1-RICE Full Proposal - Free download as PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or read online for free. Rice proposal

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  • ‪Mahtab Ahmad‬ - ‪Google Scholar‬

    Sorption of lanthanum and erbium from aqueous solution by activated carbon prepared from rice husk NS Awwad, HMH Gad, MI Ahmad, HF Aly Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 81 (2), 593-599 , 2010

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  • Foods and food adulterants - UFDC Home

    2020-4-22 · Sof rice.-The ash of rice is in sharp contrast with that of aize nt of its content of silica. Even the polished rices have ehigh content of silica, which gives rise to the suspicion that the hing may be done with a quartz powder or some similar material h remains to some extent adherent to the rice …

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  • Pottery, Cuisine, and Community Identity in Neolithic

    2019-4-25 · The Neolithic period in MSEA is characterized by the extensive adoption of rice and millet agriculture, occupation of inla nd tributary valleys where rice was cultivated, management of domestic cattle, pigs, chickens, and dogs, terrestrial and maritime foraging (Higham 2014). P eople ha d both agricultural and aquatic orientations.

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  • Waste Agricultural Biomass Est Compendium |

    2012-7-17 · Rice husk. Sugarcane bagasse Wheat straw Decortication Abaca Leaves ... It is notable that there is no technology in the Compendium from the Middle East and only a handful come from Africa. In Africa and other developing regions, dependence on biomass for household needs, such as cooking and drying food or community-level enterprise use, are ...

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  • US Patent Application for Extracts from plant and non ...

    2003-1-7 · Novel oil extracts from Angiosperm and Gymnosperm plants and other-plant biomass from human, veterinary, birds, aquatic species, microbial and mycological sources useful in human, veterinary and agricultural, mycological and microbiological applications are described. Methods of preparation of these extracts in oil and methods of application and administration are also described.

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  • Micro-Gasification Cooking With Gas From Biomass ...

    2019-2-27 · Rural villages worldwide where rice husks is available and with access to electricity Fuel type: Rice husks Designed by: Prof. Alexis Belonio Center for Rice Husk Energy Technology-CPU, Iloilo City, Philippines Retail price: USD 30-40 Numbers sold: More than 2,000 units sold in the Philippines and abroad since 2006 Start of production: First ...

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