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- Lima, Isabel M.; Boateng, Akwasi A.; Klasson, K. Thomas
- Industrial & engineering chemistry research 2009 v.48 no.3 pp. 1292
- broiler chickens; poultry manure; pyrolysis; animal manure management; biogas; metals; temperature; adsorption; copper; zinc; coal; wood; hulls; carbon monoxide; carbon dioxide; molecular weight; hydrogen
- ... Value-added materials produced from broiler manure can be a renewable alternative to its problematic disposal. Pyrolysis of broiler manure (litter and cake) produces char, bio-oil, and biogas. In this study broiler manure chars were characterized for their ability to adsorb selected metal ions. Char yields for pelletized broiler manure slowly pyrolyzed at 700 and 800 °C for 1 h ranged between 29.6 ...