Carbon Dioxide Mitigation by Microalgal Photosynthesis
Department of Geological and Mining Engineering and Sciences
Algal growth studies of Chlorella strains were conducted in a batch mode with bench type experiments. Carbon dioxide fixation rates of the following green microalgae were determined: Chlorella sp. H84, Chlorella sp. A2, Chlorella sorokiniana UTEX 1230, Chlorella vulgaris, and Chlorella pyrenoidosa. C. vulgaris, among other strains of microalgae, showed the highest growth rate (1.17 optical density/5 days). Cultivating conditions for C. vulgaris that produced the highest growth rate were at concentrations of 243 μg CO 2/mL, 10 mM ammonia, and 1 mM phosphate, with an initial pH range of 7-8.
Bulletin of the Korean Chemical Society
Carbon Dioxide Mitigation by Microalgal Photosynthesis.
Bulletin of the Korean Chemical Society,
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