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- Al-Zuhair, Sulaiman; AlKetbi, Sara; Al-Marzouqi, Mohamed
- Industrial biotechnology 2016 v.12 no.2 pp. 105-108
- Chlamydomonas; Chlorella; absorption; aqueous solutions; biomass; biotechnology; carbon; carbon dioxide; energy requirements; freshwater; lipids; microalgae; pigments; proteins
- ... The high energy requirements associated with regenerating amine solution represents the main challenge for its use in carbon-dioxide (CO₂) removal processes. In this work, freshwater microalgae strains have been used to remove dissolved CO₂ from an aqueous solution of diethanolamine (DEA) and regenerate the solution with a far lower energy requirement. Using microalgae has the additional advantage ...