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Photobiological production of hydrogen


Ed. by Rögner, Matthias

With contrib. by Applegate, Amanda / D´Adamo, Sarah / Ermler, Ulrich / Friedrich, Bärbel / Frielingsdorf, Stefan / Fujishiro, Takashi / Golbeck, John / Happe, Thomas / Haumann, Michael / Heberle, Joachim / Ikenaga, Naoki / Khanna, Namita / Kothe, Tim / Lauterbach, Lars / Lenz, Oliver / Lindblad, Peter / Lubner, Carolyn / Miyake, Jun / Plumeré, Nicolas / Posewitz, Matthew / Rexroth, Sascha / Rosner, Vincent / Schuhmann, Wolfgang / Shima, Seigo / Stripp, Sven / Wagner, Hermann-Josef / Wiegand, Katrin / Winkler, Martin

    119,95 € / $137.99 / £109.00*

    Publication Date:
    January 2015
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    • The book presents latest results on Biohydrogen research from leading experts all-over the world.
    • Biological, chemical and technical aspects of Biohydrogen-techniques are discussed in detail.

    Aims and Scope

    Biohydrogen is considered the most promising energy carrier and its utilization for energy storage is a timely technology. This book presents latest research results and strategies evolving from an international research cooperation, discussing the current status of Biohydrogen research and picturing future trends and applications.

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    24.0 x 17.0 cm
    Approx. xiii, 283 pages
    150 Fig. 100 Tables
    Type of Publication:
    Biotechnology; Alternative Energy; Energy Storage; Sustainability

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    Matthias Rögner, Ruhr University Bochum, Germany.


    "With that said, this book is rich in content and provides a good review of the state-of-the-art in the field of photobiological production of hydrogen. It is a highly specialized work and is a must-read for students who are already familiar with the basics of biohydrogen production and would like to enhance their knowledge, as well as researchers who would like to keep abreast of the latest developments in this field."
    Smitha Sundaram in: Green Processing and Synthesis 4/2015

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