A novel insight into the influence of thermal pretreatment temperature on the anaerobic digestion performance of floatable oil-recovered food waste: Intrinsic transformation of materials and microbial response.

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Summary of "A novel insight into the influence of thermal pretreatment temperature on the anaerobic digestion performance of floatable oil-recovered food waste: Intrinsic transformation of materials and microbial response."

The intrinsic reason determining digestion performance of 100-160 °C preheated food waste after recovering floatable oil (FO-recovered FW) was investigated using two-dimensional correlated infrared spectroscopy, three-dimensional fluorescence spectroscopy and high-throughput 16S rRNA amplicon sequencing. The results indicated that thermal temperature significantly affected CH production of FO-recovered FW due to different structural alteration degree of starch, protein, cellulose and lipid components. Fragmentation of starch mainly occurred at 100 °C. The hydrolytic and acidogenic rate of starch was promoted and accordingly induced rapid growth of carbohydrate-fermenting bacteria, which resulted in severe acidification. Protein hydrolysis and cellulose H-bonds cleavage occurring at 120-160 °C accelerated the accessible sites interacting with microbial hydrolytic enzymes, and growth of Cloacimonetes and Syntrophomonas enhanced CH production. Non-degradable humic acid-like organics remarkably formed at 160 °C caused a carbon loss and digestion inhibiting/deteriorating. Pretreatment at 120 °C was feasible for promoted methane production based on energy assessment.


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Name: Bioresource technology
ISSN: 1873-2976
Pages: 122021


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