Chain elongation performances with anaerobic fermentation liquid from sewage sludge with high total solid as electron acceptor.

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Summary of "Chain elongation performances with anaerobic fermentation liquid from sewage sludge with high total solid as electron acceptor."

This work studied the effect of total solid (TS) of sewage sludge on VFA production and composition in anaerobic fermentation. Results revealed that VFA concentration reached the highest of 10.16 g/L and the ratio of acetic acid, propionic acid and n-butyric acid was 5:2:2 with the 8% TS sewage sludge. In subsequent chain elongation with sludge fermentation liquid, n-caproic acid concentration reached 43.45 mmol/L. The microbial community analysis indicated that relative abundance of Clostridium_sensu_stricto_12 for n-caproic acid production was high (52.41%). The chain elongation with sludge fermentation liquid had more pathways to produce n-caproic acid, and the chain elongation reactions were thermodynamically possible. The mixed VFAs and high concentration of n-butyric acid benefitted n-caproic acid production. Carbon balance revealed that the VFA composition of sludge fermentation liquid was beneficial to the chain elongation. This study will contribute to wasted sludge minimization and high-value material production.


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Name: Bioresource technology
ISSN: 1873-2976
Pages: 123188


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