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TitleAdsorption of LCFA on anaerobic sludge under steady state and shock loading conditions: effect on acetogenic and methanogenic activity
Author(s)Pereira, M. A.
Cavaleiro, A. J.
Mota, M.
Alves, M. M.
KeywordsAnaerobic filter
Oleic acid
Issue date2002
PublisherIWA Publishing
CitationLATIN AMERICAN WOKSHOP AND SYMPOSIUM ON ANAEROBIC DIGESTION, 7, Mérida, 2002 - "Proceedings of the VII Latin American Workshop and Symposium on Anaerobic Digestion : posters". [S.l.] : IWA Publishing, [c.2002]. p. 55-58.
Abstract(s)Accumulation of LCFA adsorbed onto the biomass was quantified under steady-state and shock conditions in a fixed bed reactor fed with oleic acid. The amount of adsorbed LCFA was more dependent on LCFA concentration than on LCFA loading rate and inhibited the acetogenic, acetoclastic and hydrogenophylic activity. However, even when methanogenic activity measurements indicate a severe inhibition, the anaerobic sludge was able to methanise adsorbed LCFA.
TypeConference paper
AccessOpen access
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