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Microalgal Cell Disruption Through Fenton Reaction: Experiments, Modeling and Remarks on Its Effect on the Extracted Lipids Composition

Alessandro Concas, Massimo Pisu, Giacomo Cao
Chemical Engineering Transactions, Volume 43, page 367--373 - 2015
A novel cell disruption technique, based on the use of Fenton reaction, for the improvement of lipid extraction from microalgae has been recently presented in the literature. In this work, a mathematical model is proposed to quantitatively interpret the relevant experimental results obtained so far. Model results and experimental data are successfully compared. Moreover, a mechanistic explanation of the relevant phenomena underlying the positive effects of disruption on the composition of fatty acids methyl esters, obtained through trans-esterification of the extracted lipids, is presented.

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@Article{CPC15a,
  author       = {Concas, A. and Pisu, M. and Cao, G.},
  title        = {Microalgal Cell Disruption Through Fenton Reaction: Experiments, Modeling and Remarks on Its Effect on the Extracted Lipids Composition},
  journal      = {Chemical Engineering Transactions},
  volume       = {43},
  pages        = {367--373},
  year         = {2015},
  keywords     = {Cell disruption, modeling, lipid peroxidation, microalgae},
  doi          = {10.3303/CET1543062},
  url          = {http://publications.crs4.it/pubdocs/2015/CPC15a},
}

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